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It's the prime of all drysuits.

With an improved fit and exceptional durability, the new Men's Gore-Tex Meridian Drysuit isn’t just an upgrade of Kokatat’s popular paddling suit; it's a comfortable, submersible suit that won’t let you down. Waist adjustment with an overskirt and longer, more comfortable gaskets keep the suit in place to eliminate that floating feeling that other dry suits have. Top it off with the highly durable and completely waterproof breathable Gore-Tex Pro Shell, and you’ll quickly see that the Kokatat Meridian is the suit of choice for those who spend as much time in the water as others spend in an office.

  • Watertight Optiseal asymmetrical entry/exit chest zipper features an overflap to keep water away and prevent fabric or PFD snags on zipper teeth
  • Highly durable Cordura knee and seat panels resist abrasion from your kayak seat and inner hull for longer life of the suit
  • Evolution nylon used in the 3.5-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell is highly durable to resist premature wear
  • Latex gaskets at the neck and wrists feature self-draining neoprene overcuffs
  • Bungee drawcord and large hook-and-loop neoprene tabs at the waist cinch tight to keep the suit in place
  • Hook-and-loop neoprene tabs over the cuffs cinch around the ankle to keep the 'booties' in place
  • Self-draining chest pocket and a key lanyard for your smaller items

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This dry suit doesn't have an attached...

This dry suit doesn't have an attached sock/shoe feature. How does it keep water from entering when you are fully submerged in water? Does it have neoprene at the bottom of the pants that is the same as in the wrists or neck?