Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Swift Entry Dry Suit - Women's

Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Swift Entry Dry Suit - Women's
Kokatat Hydrus 3.0 Swift Entry Dry Suit - Women's
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Hydrus 3.0 Swift Entry Dry Suit - Women's by Kokatat
If you're an entry-level paddler or occasional kayaker who doesn't want to pay more for a dry suit than what you spent on your boat, the Kokatat Women's Hydrus 3. 0 Swift Entry Dry Suit is an ideal option for keeping you comfortably dry through heavy rain and sea spray without destroying your savings. Its three-layer Hydrus 3. 0 fabric withstands heavy bombardments of rain and wind, while offering breathability so you don't get soaked with sweat from the inside while paddling. And any sweat you do work up will be swiftly carried away by the moisture-wicking liner. The DWR-treated fabric is tough to withstand abrasion, and it's reinforced at the seat and knees to ensure it will last for years to come.

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