Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Meridian Drysuit - Women's

Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Meridian Drysuit - Women's
Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Meridian Drysuit - Women's
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Hydrus 3.0 Meridian Drysuit - Women's by Kokatat
Made downstream of the mighty Trinity, Klamath, and Cal salmon rivers, Kokatat's Hydrus 3L Meridian Drysuit for women is designed to handle rough, cold swims in turbulent whitewater. The Hydrus comes with many of the fancier features associated with Kokatat's industry-leading drysuits, but at a budget-friendly price point any raft guide or dirtbag can appreciate. In case you get a sudden urge to use the bathroom while scouting a burly drop, the Hydrus has a rear drop seat, so you can clear your system before committing to an intense hit. Plus, the Meridian includes a zippered chest pocket to hold your shuttle key and beer money for the victory beverages you'll be craving after a fun, burly run.

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SKU: KOK002D
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