Kokatat Neo Kayak Mitts

Kokatat Neo Kayak Mitts
Kokatat Neo Kayak Mitts
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Neo Kayak Mitts by Kokatat
Don't let cold winters keep you from paddling your boat; grab a pair of the Kokatat Neo Kayak Mitts, and check the CFS--it's amazing what flows year round.

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SKU: KOK0041
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