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Kokatat "Paddling Pant"

Make & Model

Brand:
Kokatat
Model:
Paddling Pant
MSRP ($):
79.00

Kokatat "Paddling Pant" offers UPF 30+. These pants are lightweight, quickdrying, and soft stretch material for mobility. They feature horizontal zippered pocket, a removable nylon web belt, and hems with micro bungee cords.

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Paddling Pant - Great Fishing Pant

This is my first year wearing these pants and I have been pleasantly surprised by the features. They are comfortable, quick drying, and the tether at the cuff of the pants is functional for, keeping the pant near your ankle while paddling or pedaling your kayak. No more funny sun burns or tans around the top of your ankle. When launching, there is no need to roll up your pants only to have them fall while you are in the water trying to launch and getting them wet. The Tether will keep them around your knees while you wade into the water to launch or enter your yak. You have two standard side pockets with two more added zippered pockets that are great for putting important items that can't fall out while sitting in the horizontal position.

They are priced similar to other major manufacturers similar products, which I have owned and these are now my favorite as I have ordered a couple more pair. Their is a convertible pant also that are the same fit and function with the added zippered leg that can be removed.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Large Lakes
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
price, comfort, tether, quick drying
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