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Kokatat Nomad 3mm Neoprene Mukluk

$128.95

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    A solid pair of boots for the water wanderer.

    Ideal for canoeing and sea kayaking, the Kokatat Nomad 3mm Neoprene Mukluk is made with a 3mm, double-lined neoprene with a knee-high, waterproof, breathable gaiter. The covered lace system not only ensures a secure fit, but also eliminates the chance of the boots getting hung up in your boat or at the put in.

    • 3mm double-lined neoprene
    • Glued, blind-stitched construction
    • Stiffening footbed insert
    • Waterproof, breathable knee-high gaiter
    • Vulcanized rubber toe cap and heel counter
    • Item #KOK0131

    Tech Specs

    Material
    neoprene (3mm)
    Thickness
    3 mm
    Closure
    drawcord
    Sole
    rubber
    Recommended Use
    paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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

    I recieved my boots a couple days ago. I had read reviews about them and was aware of some difficulty of getting the boot on around the ankle area. Indeed this is the case. The weld between the neoprene and fabric does not have any give to it. It is difficult to get your foot into them but once you do they are very comfortable. I normally wear a 10.5 to 11 mens. I ordered an 11. Once my foot pushed in, the foot bed was amply comfortable with a pair of regular socks. If I tried a heavy pair I do not think I can get my foot through the ankle area the heal would catch on the ankle cuff. I will not get to test the warmth of the boot for a month or two. We still have ice on all our inland lakes in Northern Michigan. I will add more once I get to try them in cold water.