Kokatat Nomad Boot
- Glued blind stitch construction
- Stiffening footbead insert
- Waterproof, breathable gaiter
- One hand adjustment shock cord lacing system
- Medium weight outsole with stiffening insert
- 3mm double lined neoprene lower
- Nylon Taslan with three-layer WPB PU coating
- Vulcanized rubber toe cap and heel counter
- Women: Order one size smaller
- Suggested use: Paddling, canoeing
|Material||Lower: 3mm neoprene|
Style Number: KOKFWUWBMBK06, KOKNOMAD-7, KOKNOMAD-8, KOKNOMAD-9, KOKFWUWBMBK11, KOKNOMAD-12, KOKNOMAD-13
The name Kokatat, means "into the water" in the language of the Native American people living along their local Klamath River. Kokatat is located in the small northern California coastal town of Arcata, about 300 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Blessed with awesome whitewater, miles of rugged coastline, pristine bays, lagoons and lakes, all nestled amongst giant redwoods; the surroundings in Arcata play an important role in Kokatat's product development.
Team Kokatat athletes take product testing to the extreme, providing invaluable feedback during the research and development process. Just as expedition paddlers field test the gear in the far corners of the world, professional paddling instructors also help refine Kokatat's designs, dedicated to making your paddling experience safer and more fun with clothing that functions for your paddling endeavors and fits without compromise.