From paddling expeditions in Southeast Alaska and coastal B. C. to whitewater trips in the Pacific Northwest and South America, the Kokatat Men's Radius Gore-Tex Drysuit can handle it all. Made with a three-layer Gore-Tex Pro membrane and stout Evolution nylon fabric with Cordura in prone-to-wear areas, the Radius remains true to Kokatat's bombproof heritage. Where the Radius really sets itself apart, though, is with a design that makes it equally at home on flat water expeditions and whitewater trips.The hood is made with a lightweight Gore-Tex Paclite material, so it can be quickly stowed away if the weather clears during your flat water tour, or it can be removed altogether if you plan on paddling whitewater and can't risk it getting snagged. Kokatat's new SwitchZip fully separating zipper doubles as an entry/relief zipper, but also allows the top to be detached from the bottom and be worn separately as a dry top, if conditions don't require the whole shebang. The neoprene push-through cuffs and collar are fitted with watertight latex gaskets, and the socks are made with the same Gore-Tex Pro membrane to ensure complete protection from freezing water. The waist, cuffs, and ankles can all be cinched down tight via hook-and-loop tabs, while zippered pockets at the sleeves and upper thigh give you a place to store small items you might need when you're on the water.
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