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Old 08-02-2013, 10:34 AM   #29
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The Frog Toggs suit is a 2-piece with a hood. Very light and somewhat breathable. I use on as a motorcycle rain suit also. It's a very durable piece of gear and is (or was) manufactured in north Alabama.
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X's times on the Frog Toggs. I have worn those in a driving rain I got caught in and had to be somewhere when I was on my motorcycle. I was fortunate enough to find a shelter to put them on, and when I arrived I was as dry as when i put them on. I keep a set right next to the RV Door. Nice thing about them is that the top and bottoms can be rolled up separately and put in a zip lock bag for storage. Makes for compact storage. They are "breathable" and will not make you sweat. Try them on before you buy and make sure they are a loose fit.
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Old 08-02-2013, 12:03 PM   #31
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I think it depends on location and season. Right now, here in Florida (and it's been raining a lot and hot) I wear kayak shorts (quick dry) and kayak rubber sandals. Then I shower with the water hose and pack it. If I need to connect the toad at the park entrance/exit I throw a towel on the seat and stay in the kayak shorts until I'm done.
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We live in the Oregon coastal mountains - if it rains we get wet - no big deal - we get out of wet/cold garments as soon as we can and go about life as normal. The wet items go into the shower for storage. Sure a windbreaker or raincoat is good but they all leak (I think). Now if it's a blizzard or hail storm we'll patiently wait it out. I kind of think it is worse to be somewhere in 110 degrees and have to be outside to disconnect, etc. But that's just me.
X'2! As I read all these posts I had to laugh. Here in the great NW, if we worried about rain we'd never go anywhere. Sometimes if it's not too windy I leave my awnings out, but mostly I work fast. I mean, how long does it take to break camp? A few minutes? We can tell if someone isn't a local because the more rain gear they wear the less likely they're from here!
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X'2! As I read all these posts I had to laugh. Here in the great NW, if we worried about rain we'd never go anywhere. Sometimes if it's not too windy I leave my awnings out, but mostly I work fast. I mean, how long does it take to break camp? A few minutes? We can tell if someone isn't a local because the more rain gear they wear the less likely they're from here!
But your beer can should always wear a coozie so you don't drop it!
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