Kokatat Leviathan Personal Flotation Device - Men's

Kokatat Leviathan Personal Flotation Device - Men's
Kokatat Leviathan Personal Flotation Device - Men's
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Leviathan Personal Flotation Device - Men's by Kokatat
Designed specifically for fishing from a kayak, the Leviathan Personal Flotation Device comes packed with all the bells and whistles you need to stay focused on the fish. For peace of mind on the water the Leviathan boasts a 16lb buoyancy rating that makes it easy for you to keep your head above water in the event of a spill. On days when you don't take a tumble, the leviathan has your back with super durable nylon in high wear areas paired with quick drying Araprene mesh on the back and shoulders that work well with high back seats on boats. To keep your flys, bait, and tools nearby at all times this PFD boasts 14 total pockets that let you organize your goods however you want.

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SKU: KOK003Y
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