Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe

Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe
Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe
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Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe by Kokatat
Weeds, rocks, branches, and stumps line the route to and from your choice creeks, rivers, lakes, and beaches, so Kokatat gave the new Portage Neoprene Shoe a sturdy insert and grippy outsole. And since you're main goal is to keep your feet warm when you're in the cockpit, Kokatat crafted the Portage shoe with three-millimeter double-lined neoprene.

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SKU: KOK0132
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