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Kokatat Poseidon UL PFD


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    Stay afloat.

    Like all sea-kayaing PFDs, the Kokatat Poseidon UL PFD will help you stay afloat if you end up in the drink. Unike most PFDs, it has a modular outfitting system that is compatible with all sorts of Kokatat accessories like extra pockets, radio sleeves, and hydration packs. Even if you forgo the extras, the Posiedon's built-in rear hydration sleeve will keep you drinking while the buckle front entry, webbing adjustments, and contoured neoprene shoulder straps will help you stay comfortable and paddling freely through bays, inlets, and open water. The Poseidon does come with one large front pocket, too, so you can keep essential gear close by while you explore the great blue yonder.

    • 500D Cordura
    • Gaia PVC-free foam panels
    • Front entry with zip and buckle closure
    • Removable Poseidon front pocket
    • Rear hydration sleeve
    • Front and center webbing adjustments
    • Contoured neoprene shoulder straps
    • Compatible with all Poseidon accessories
    • Item #KOK001H

    Tech Specs

    USCG Type
    Flotation / Buoyancy
    16 / 00
    User Weight
    over 90 lbs
    1 removable chest, 1 hydration sleeve
    Recommended Use
    sea kayaking
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    How much does this weigh? I'm actually looking for a basic pfd, as lightweight (and small?) as possible for packrafting while backpacking. Free arm movement for paddling would be great. Thanks.