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    I'm thinking about trying the Frogg toggs, seems to be really light weight and pretty compact. Pretty inexpensive aswell and have a olive green that looks pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzlfarmboy View Post
    I'm thinking about trying the Frogg toggs, seems to be really light weight and pretty compact. Pretty inexpensive aswell and have a olive green that looks pretty good.
    Don't waste your money. Years ago I tried them out because of weight but after just a couple of hours in a drizzle and wet vegetation, I was soaked.

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    Don't go cheap on rain gear!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    Don't go cheap on rain gear!


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    I live in Oregon and this is what I would do!

 

 

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