Kokatat Maximus Personal Flotation Device - Men's

Kokatat Maximus Personal Flotation Device - Men's
Kokatat Maximus Personal Flotation Device - Men's
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Maximus Personal Flotation Device - Men's by Kokatat
Kokatat made the Maximus Personal Flotation Device for whitewater boaters and aggressive sea kayakers who prefer to hit the water with the extra protection of a full-size vest. The type-three Maximus puts all the webbing adjustments up front where they're easy to reach, while wide neoprene shoulder panels and a free-floating front flotation panel give you the freedom of movement required to boof, cartwheel, loop, and carve the face of ocean waves without feeling held back. In terms of added features, the Maximus is a step down from the Prime (a vest designed specifically for whitewater rescuers), but offers the same adjustable fit, side-entry closure, and full-size protection at a lower price tag.

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SKU: KOK0145
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