Kokatat Ronin Pro Personal Flotation Device

Kokatat Ronin Pro Personal Flotation Device
Kokatat Ronin Pro Personal Flotation Device
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Ronin Pro Personal Flotation Device by Kokatat
The Type V Kokatat Ronin Pro Personal Flotation Device provides full spinal and side protection, with an internal quick-release harness that also offers a comfortably secure fit. Its low-profile design includes a unique offset entry that allows maximum mobility without hindering your safety, and the stretch mesh back sleeve accommodates cowtails or whitewater tow tethers. Kokatat made the Ronin's exterior out of Cordura for durability and the interior from nylon oxford to keep you comfortable. This Type-V certified PFD also features adjustable shoulders with thermo-molded padding for enhanced comfort, an internal grip panel for extra safety, one large front pocket with a lanyard attachment for your convenience, and reflective accents to keep you visible in low light.

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SKU: KOK001M
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