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Old 12-05-2017, 03:38 PM
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Been soaked a couple of times this season . Simply because I wasn't prepared . Looking for some good rain gear recommendations
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Check out Frogg Toggs stuff, lightweight , breathable, very compact when rolled up. Not very expensive either, you might not be impressed when you look at the fabric, but trust me , it'll keep you dry. You'd probably want their all sport rain suit, separate top and bottom, they have them in camo and regular colors
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:32 AM
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I have 2 sets of Frogg Toggs....Light weight for casual use,
and Black HD set for truck and deer stand....
I also have a German military set i got from Sportsmans Guide that i favor the most....Heavyweight for cool/cold
weather hunting in the rain....Frogg Toggs are just to light weight (IMO) to last like i hunt....
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:40 AM
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I have 2 sets of Frogg Toggs....Light weight for casual use,
and Black HD set for truck and deer stand....
I also have a German military set i got from Sportsmans Guide that i favor the most....Heavyweight for cool/cold
weather hunting in the rain....Frogg Toggs are just to light weight (IMO) to last like i hunt....
I bought the German stuff from sportsmanís guide in the spring. Only wore it once but it rained all morning and the only thing wet was the cuff of my coat sleeves. I like it being heavier but need to find gloves in a similar material.
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