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  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Back
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Sole
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Side
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Top
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Blue
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Back
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Sole
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Side
  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Top

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  • Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe Blue

Kokatat Portage 3mm Neoprene Shoe

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    Walk to and from the banks with confidence.

    Weeds, rocks, branches, and stumps line the route to and from your choice creeks, rivers, lakes, and beaches, so Kokatat gave the new Portage Neoprene Shoe a sturdy insert and grippy outsole. And since you're main goal is to keep your feet warm when you're in the cockpit, Kokatat crafted the Portage shoe with three-millimeter double-lined neoprene.
    • Covered lace design utilizes a zippered flap to eliminate snags from rocks, twigs, or other gear
    • Vulcanized heel and toe cap offer protection
    • Fiberboard insert in the rubber outsole offers stability while walking on uneven surfaces
    • Item #KOK0132

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] neoprene (3mm), [heel counter, toe cap] vulcanized rubber
    Recommended Use
    paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Sent the wrong size.

      The size too small they sent me is too narrow and too long. Not sure where kokatat gets their sizing from but definitely not looking at a standard human foot and adhering to any standards in sizes. Also backcountry.com doesn't have live chat the window just closes.

      Perfect for kneeling canoe paddling

      • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I normally wear a size 7.5-8, but took a chance on a size 7 based on reviewer comments. The size 7 is still a little big, but I'm sticking with them. Since I kneel in my canoe to paddle, I can't have anything on the top of my ankle. I haven't used these on our cold Vt lakes yet (hello, February it's -40* some nights). But I did test them in a tub of cold water. I think they're going to be just what I need. Very excited for spring now!