Kokatat MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device - Women's

Kokatat MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device - Women's
Kokatat MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device - Women's
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MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device - Women's by Kokatat
Kokatat designed the MsFit Tour Women's Personal Flotation Device to give you excellent comfort on long sea kayaking trips and all the pockets you need for to access items easily. The front radio pocket helps professional guides stay in touch with camp and other boats while two zip mesh pockets hold sun screen, snacks, sunglasses, and other smaller items. The large arm openings allows uninhibited paddling while six side adjustments and two shoulder adjustments keeps the Kokatat MsFit Tour Personal Flotation Device securely in place.

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SKU: KOK0028
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