Hailing from the chilly ocean playground of Northern California, Kokatat designed the Seeker Low Cut 3mm Neoprene Shoe to insulate your feet when paddling in cool waters ranging from mid-50 to low-60 degree temps. This neoprene shoe features glued blind-stitch construction to prevent water from seeping through and chilling your feet. In addition, the stitching lays flat against your skin for superior comfort when paddling for long durations. One hand adjustable hidden lacing is easy and convenient to tighten, and it also stays out of sight for a clean look and snag-free simplicity. An ultra-light vulcanized rubber sole grips nicely when loading into your kayak, docking on shore, and wading through shallow water. Vulcanized rubber reinforces and protects the toe and heel areas when you're entering and exiting your kayak.
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Kokatat Seeker Low Cut 3mm Neoprene Shoe
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