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I am looking for ideas of a decent rain suit. I wear Frog Toggs and still get soaked?
i dont think i should be
 

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My Frogg Toggs are about 10 years or more old, and still keep me dry.
They have been thru many a heavy rain storm, for 100s of miles at a time.


I have heard some folks say that there are different grades of Frogg Togg materials?


Mine are bright yellow.
 

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According to their website they have many different kinds of rain suits, The one I had years ago was their basic suit they call it Ultra-Lite 2 now. I was caught in some gully washer rains on the trike when I was living in Florida and stayed dry. They do offer more expensive rain suits on their site, as well as fishing and hunting wear. https://www.froggtoggs.com/
 

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I forgot to add you should buy them 2 sizes large, that is important, to keep them from pulling open, and enhancing the tendency to develop rips.
 

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I bought the basic Frogg Togg 2 piece rainsuit 7 years ago and ride rain or shine and have been in many downpours wearing them and stay nice n dry.

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