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Old 09-26-2012   #11
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Kokatat - has amazing customer service and has won me over time and again. With over a decade spent wearing their gear, and gear from others, Kokatat gets my cash every time now. Their dry gear, in my opinion, is the best in the industry. If you're looking for something for just a season or two - most major brands will be just fine. If you're looking for the next five or ten years, and a company that will honor their warranty without any hassles, go with Kokatat.

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Old 09-26-2012   #12
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Agree on Kokatat....

TMCK, has Kokatat with own color designed Rasta GMER and lime colored Rogue tops....
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Old 09-26-2012   #13
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Rasta GMER is kinda awesome.
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Old 09-26-2012   #14
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I got a hydrobomb dry top from bomber gear. Lol sorry didn't go with some of the advice. It was between that and the kokatat kelix. But I would've gone with the rogue or something like that if I had the money and prolly will for my next top but this seemed like it would keep me real dry and beat others in the price range. Like I've heard people I paddle with bsay they hated their nrs and stohlquists

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