Kokatat Session Semi Dry Pant

Kokatat Session Semi Dry Pant
Kokatat Session Semi Dry Pant
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Session Semi Dry Pant by Kokatat
It's not always class five rapids and loading up for insane river trips. Whether you're a serious paddler taking it easy or a recreational paddler in their element, sometimes it's nice to explore the waters closest to home. Throw on the Kokatat Session Semi Dry Pant and head out on still lakes and gentle-to-moderate rivers. The Session Pant is made with lightweight Hydrus 2. 5-layer waterproof, breathable membrane, which can keep you dry so long as you don't take an extended dunk. The neoprene ankle gaskets adjust for a secure fit to keep out most water when your kayak starts to collect water or when you're wading ashore, while the adjustable neoprene waistband offers a comfortable fit that works seamlessly with a dry top.

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