Kokatat Proteus Personal Flotation Device

Kokatat Proteus Personal Flotation Device
Kokatat Proteus Personal Flotation Device
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Proteus Personal Flotation Device by Kokatat
The Kokatat Proteus Personal Flotation Device comes jam packed with everything you would expect out of a recreational PFD including ergonomic floating foam, comfortable stretch material, and enough buoyancy for peace of mind. The ergonomic PVC-free foam is slit strategically to help you paddle and cast with ease, while a raised back makes sitting in kayaks more comfortable. Meanwhile high tenacity nylon located in high wear areas boosts longevity while stretch polyester everywhere else leads to unrestricted movement. Toss in 16lbs of buoyancy, multiple attachment points for fishing gear, and 4 pockets and you have a PFD that you can turn to day after day.

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SKU: KOK003W
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