Designed to be worn in milder temperatures, the Kokotat Men's Gore-Tex Trinity Shorty Drytop has shortened-sleeves and keeps your core warm and well-protected when you, inevitably, get immersed. Whether you're going out for a calm, early-morning ocean paddle, or sending it through some whitewater, this drytop is reinforced with a fully waterproof and breathable Evolution nylon three-layer Gore-Tex shell, which evaporates every drop of internal moisture while remaining totally impenetrable against the very water you're paddling through. Latex neck and bicep gaskets further prevent water from intruding, while the self-draining, Superstretch neoprene cuffs and collars provide comfort, insulation, and durability to help maintain this drytop's integrity. Kokotat armed this warm-weather top with a dual adjustable neoprene outer waistband that creates a watertight seal when attached to the spray skirt. Kokotat also implemented their new one-hand adjustable Cordloc on the inner skirt to allow you to customize your fit, whatever sized paddler you may be. Throw this top on for your next warm weather paddling adventure to stay bone dry through roiling waters.
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Kokatat Gore-Tex Trinity Shorty Drytop - Men's
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