The ultimate river running vest,
Featuring comfortable wide, contoured neoprene shoulder straps, which allow an independently suspended front flotation panel to move with the paddler.
With front, center side and shoulder adjustments, the webbing adjustments have been moved to the front of the vest for easy fit adjustments.
The front panel can flex and pivot with the body via the dynamic suspension system, the Centurion is as comfortable as its predecessors, but with additional storage capacity and a redesigned top pocket that is more accessible. The Centurion comes standard with the accessory Belly Pocket that has three pockets for organizing essentials and will fit a VHF radio.
Best in class floatation for those times you find yourself in the water.
The Kokatat Centurion PFD comes with a full rescuers harness, quick release belt and tow tether attachments.
The river tow tether sits between the front foam panels and eliminates the snag hazard of a traditional cow tail.
You can also attach a touring tow tether or the river tow tether to a side quick release buckle.
With additional storage capacity and a redesigned top pocket that is more accessible, it has a duplex chest pocket and the removable belly pocket accessory. You can fit in a full rescue kit.
This PFD also has a knife garage to eliminate snagging on re-entries and is compatible with the Tactic Pack and Tributary hydration systems.
The Maximus Centurion by Kokatat is perfect for keeping you comfortable and safe on the water for all whitewater disciplines.
- 500D Cordura® outer shell
- Gaia® PVC-free foam
- Side entry design
- Large, gusseted duplex front pocket
- Wide, contoured neoprene shoulder straps for unsurpassed comfort and mobility
- Dynamic Suspension System (DSS) allows unrestricted movement of front flotation panels
- Front lash tab, strobe anchor on vest back
- Quick release chest harness and O-ring, tether/tow system ready
- Stretch mesh sleeve for River Tow Tether or cow tail
- Comes with Belly Pocket accessory
Life Jacket Sizing
To determine which size will fit the best, we recommend you take a chest measurement with the layers you will be wearing under your life jacket.