Kokatat Neo Outfitter Bootie

Kokatat Neo Outfitter Bootie
Kokatat Neo Outfitter Bootie
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Neo Outfitter Bootie by Kokatat
Keep your feet protected and supported while you paddle in the Kokatat Neo Outfitter Bootie. Its 3mm durable lined neoprene upper offers warmth and protection from the chill of the water while the vulcanized rubber soles allow you to walk confidently on or off the boat. A rubber toe cap increases traction when you're wading across slippery rocks and also protects your toes from those rocks in case you stumble. At the end of the adventure, durable side zippers allow you to easily and quickly get the booties off so you can get on to the next thing.

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SKU: KOK003U
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