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Kokatat GFER Drysuit

$915.00 - $975.00

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Kokatat GFER Drysuit

The ultimate drysuit. The GFER offers the same outstanding features as the standard GFE GORE-TEX drysuit, including neoprene-covered latex gaskets at wrists and neck, but adds a relief zipper and GORE-TEX socks for comfort on long trips and expeditions. Built from 3.2 oz., 3-layer Evolution fabric with rugged, waterproof Optiseal zippers, this suit will keep you dry and comfortable for years.

  • 3.2-oz. Evolution® Nylon, 3-Layer GORE-TEX® Fabric
  • Waterproof
  • Breathable
  • Latex Wrist and Neck Gasket, with Adjustable Neoporene Overcuffs
  • GORE-TEX® Socks
  • Metal-Tooth Optiseal® Zipper
  • Cordura® Reinforced Seat and Knees
  • Relief Zipper

Purchase the Kokatat GFER Drysuit from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



5 Star Rating

Reviews

5 Stars Jim Zagryn - December 27 2008

Much more comfortable & protective than a wetsuit
I tried using my 3mm diving suit years back & neoprene at the shoulders was just too restrictive. The next thing that I tried was an NRS Farmer John with a drytop & that's still a good option for moderate conditions. I'm sold on the GFER for all aspects, comfort, range of motion & protection. Great suit!! I tried it for the first time mid Dec in the Connecticut salt marshes & loved it. Comments: * The zipper will take some getting used to/breaking in * The booties are great, but my normal watershoes are too small with the booties, I'll resolve that with some calf high botties the next size larger than my shoe size.



5 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - December 4 2008

Excellent product
I've boated for 30 years and have had a GFER drysuit for the last two seasons; just bought one for my son. 1000 times better than a wetsuit. The built-in sox and the relief zipper make it great. I suggest one that is a bit large so the suit doesn't limit your movements.



5 Stars Tom - November 27 2008

worth the money
Very comfortable, keeps you dry like no other suit, kokatat makes the best drysuit by far. don't get a cheapo its worth the extra green.



5 Stars AL Reigins - January 3 2007

GFERelief works great
Just as all the different reviews here and elsewhere state, the drysuit works great. I used a longsleve polypropylene shirt and fleece pants with wool socks as undergarments, stayed warm, dry, and comfortable for a good 4 or so hour paddle..Yes, it was the most expensive piece of "clothes" i ever purchased in my life, hopefully to save my life if necessary too..



5 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - October 22 2002

All day comfort
I have been a raft guide for years & here we start before the snow's gone & raft till it comes back, so the seasons long.I've had a pvc dry suit for a long time & had to change out of it after every trip to get the sweat to evaporate & dry out, also awswering to call of nature was difficult to say the least.So I busted out the cash witch was the hard part (gore socks & all)but life just got lots better no more sweat, cold feet & all day long comfort & the nature stops are super quick & no hassal at all .If your going to get one get one that will make you more comfortable not less as I now wish I did the first time.Pay the money & be comfortable.



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