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  • Especially easy to wear in low-volume kayaks, the 3mm neoprene uppers help warm your feet in cool water
  • Soft linings of the Kokatat Seeker paddling booties feel nice against your skin
  • Single-handed lacing system offers precise volume adjustment and a secure fit; neoprene lace cover minimizes snags
  • Thin, vulcanized toe caps, heel counters and outsoles offer light traction and protect your feet against sharp rocks


View all Kokatat Men's Water Shoes

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Best Use Watersports
Upper Neoprene
Lining Neoprene
Outsole Vulcanized rubber
Gender Men's

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits in tight kayaks I was looking for a shoe that would fit into the bow of my playboat, yet have enough of a sole that I could walk to the put in from my car. This shoe fits the bill. I agree with the previous poster that the shoe is hard to get on and off, due to the unique lacing system. I'd like to think that will resolve itself after a few uses; otherwise I will simply cut the laces and extract them from the shoes, since they really are not needed. In all honesty, the first pair I received from REI had some manufacturing defects; but REI has arranged a replacement pair to be shipped to me. REI is the bomb!
Date published: 2015-04-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Can't get them on! These are great shoes if you can get them on. I found them so difficult to get on I am buying something else. The slip-string is all the way out or loose but still it's a major ordeal to get these things on your feet. The are great once on but getting them on and off is a major pain.
Date published: 2015-03-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avid Paddler Really horrible. Almost impossible to get on and an incredibly uncomfortable fit. Major design flaw in the heel area where an inseam chaffed constantly.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice but narrow This is a great little shoe, clearly well made and a slick low volume design. However, it is narrow. The length is true to size but I thought they were much too narrow. This, plus the design of the shoe with the low front can make them difficult to get on. Using a thin (Hydroskin) sock makes them slide on much easier, but doesn't help with the width. I would be worried about trying to fit a dry suit bootie into this design and you might be better off trying this one on in person. For reference I am a standard 10.5 and regular width - in pretty much any and every shoe I've tried. I purchased an 11 on others recommendation and while I definitely felt the extra length they were still tight and I would not have been able to get the extra material of a dry suit bootie in them comfortably. I would recommend them with the reservation that they should probably tried in person with your planned socks/booties, especially if you are not narrow footed.
Date published: 2017-04-02
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