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Kokatat Gore-Tex Tempest Pant - Men's

$325.00

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Helpful for escaping a storm-ridden deserted island, too.

Even though you know the river's going to be cold this time of year, it doesn't hit you how bone-chillingly cold it really is until you get dumped and you're fighting to catch your breath. The Kokatat Gore-Tex Tempest Pants are designed to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable while paddling through frigid whitewater. Using highly breathable, waterproof three-layer Gore-Tex, these pants evacuate every drop of moisture from within while preventing the rushing, ice-cold flow of water from getting anywhere near your skin.

For serious paddlers who know they're inevitably taking a dip, these pants come with a wide, secure neoprene waistband to seal out water; the waistband also has the ability to pair with a double-skirted top. And whether you're dangling your feet off the edge of the kayak or stomping through chilly marshes, the Gore-Tex neoprene socks keep your toes from freezing off. Plus, Kokatat hooked this pair up with a relief zipper option in case all the rushing water around makes you realize how badly you have to go to the bathroom.

  • Gore-Tex Pro shell (three-layer)
  • Evolution nylon
  • Neoprene waistband with hook-and-loop closure
  • Gore-Tex socks
  • Relief zipper option
  • Regular fit
  • Item #KOK000S

Material
[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex Pro (3-Layer), [membrane/laminate] Evolution nylon
Seams
factory sealed
Waistband Closure
hook-and-loop
Waistband Material
neoprene
Cuff Material
neoprene
Cuff Closure
Gore-Tex socks
Fit
regular
Recommended Use
paddling, kayaking
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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wear like regular clothes

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I've used it several times

I've been through 3 pair of quality gore-tex guide-grade waders over as many decades, and the relative comfort of the Tempest dry pants can't be lauded enough in words - they wear like regular clothes. Compared to the typical neoprene stocking foot, the gore-tex feet are easy to get on and off, with base layer or insulating socks, easily fit inside the narrow shoes that, in turn, easily fit inside a kayak footwell. The XL fit is generous for my 34" inseam and size 12 foot. There's room inside for base + insulation layers, but the fit is still trim, functional and flexible - and very comfortable for sitting. The built-in gaitors keep mud and sand out, and the velcro closures on gaitors and waist function perfectly. On a February Texas-coast flats paddle, starting off in the 60-degree foggy calm, they didn't seem necessary and stayed in my dry bag. After the wind came up to the day's norm, and a bit of wading, moderate exposure, I found a place on the hard pack beach I could sit and put them on over my wet nylon pants and scuba socks. Spent the day in comfort, while the forecast sun never broke through - we remained socked in and a light mist all day. The beauty of goretex - finished and stowing gear early afternoon, I was completely dry inside, in spite of the cool and 100% humidity.

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