Kokatat Scout High Top 3mm Neoprene Shoe - Men's

Kokatat Scout High Top 3mm Neoprene Shoe - Men's
Kokatat Scout High Top 3mm Neoprene Shoe - Men's
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Scout High Top 3mm Neoprene Shoe - Men's by Kokatat
Count on the Kokatat Scout High Top Neoprene Shoe for protection in and out of the boat. The double-lined neoprene construction keeps your feet warm when you're plunging into frigid rapids, while the vulcanized rubber sole with toe and heel caps offers traction and durability when portaging or retrieving your boat after you get dumped in the river.

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SKU: KOK0133
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