Kokatek and Stohlquist are top of the line and top of the tier pricing for dry suits. They are excellent quality and I have nothing to say bad about them. Coming from 60+ years of surfing, diving, buying, using wetsuits and drysuits dealing with warranties for both let me state there is no true lifetime warranty with these products. If one reads the warranty it will state in some manner against manufacturers defect and workmanship for a reasonable life of the product and repair or replacement is at their option. It will not cover repairs they deem due to normal wear and tear through use or rips and tears through accident. Those they will have a charge for. The neoprene or latex gaskets are considered consumable items and are not covered. So unless one keeps that drysuit hanging in a vacuum packed container be aware that it may not be covered as well as one thinks.
Originally Posted by yakscientist
Now with that said I have learned over the years that if I want to enjoy the sport I am dealing with then I need to spend the money to obtain the gear to do that to keep me warm and safe through out the times of year that I want to participate in them. Cold water is nothing to fool with so I am an advocate of using the proper attire for the temperatures one wants to be out in.
Sun Camo Feel Free Lure 13.5
Lowrance Elite 7 ti w/Totalscan
B & C Power Yachts transom mount
Minn Kota 45 Riptide
Wireless Trolling Pro wireless controller
Re-Lion 75Ah Lithium Iron Deep Cycle