Kokatat Women’s UL MsFit Tour PFD Life Jacket
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- 500D Cordura outer and 200D nylon oxford inner shell
- Articulated shell and foam panels
- 14 bellows pockets with zippered side entry
- One electronics pocket
- Reflective tape
Dive into the stories, the adventure and the inspiration that is Kokatat Life.
Kokatat Product Line
Kokatat allows you the freedom to mix products with versatility for different paddling scenarios.
- Multi-layered system of clothing.
- Gear that doesn’t restrict movement.
- Maintaining balance between the heat our bodies produce and the heat we lose to the environment.
Dress for the swim, not for the weather.
The company Kokatat was started in 1971 by Steve O'Meara with an eye towards outdoor gear.
Kokatat dedicates itself to his original intent, offering an extensive line of watersports wear.
- The name Kokatat means 'into the water' in the language of the Native Americans (Klamath River).
- Located in the California coastal town of Arcata, about 300 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Kokatat Life Jackets
Life Jacket is one of the most important pieces of equipment when it comes to paddle sports. Comfort and safety are Kokatat's primary goals when manufacturing these important items. Kokatat offers a style to suit every paddler from low-profile whitewater models to those with plenty of storage capacity for the touring enthusiast. Kokat's clothing designed to make your paddling experience safer and more fun, enabling you to fulfill your paddling endeavors.
Kokatat MsFit Tour PFD
500D Cordura outer shell, 200D nylon oxford inner shell
Tough Cordura nylon outer shell stands up to the rigors of paddling; tough inner shell is smooth and comfortable against skin.
GAIA PVC-free foam
GAIA is completely free of CFC ozone depleting chemicals. This recyclable foam is very flexible, taking and retaining the shape of your body for a comfortable, custom feel.
Ergonomic and innovative components such as thermo-formed, padded Hypalon shoulders, 3 side adjustments, and superlative construction methods set the standard in modern PFD design.