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guy feidman re  
#1 Posted : Friday, February 24, 2012 7:48:49 PM(UTC)
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I would like to invite frogg toggs suit.

180., and quite narrow. What size should I order?
Is it only comes in the form of a suit (color wise)?
Also, if anyone who had experience with the suit in question share a bit about its quality. Friends told me that she was very thin, and can break easily.

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MikeC  
#2 Posted : Monday, February 27, 2012 1:15:12 PM(UTC)
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Guy
Also I put my eyes on them. Unfortunately I have no experience in hand 1.
From what I've read and talking with a friend in the United States what they think:
1) very cheap!
2) breathing well.
3)-most still said they barely held pants but easier to keep coat
Most don't seem to) treat it as a real coat to take the bad planning but Mazo as a cheap and easy option for trips where the rain is less.
5) plus they said if I'm planning a lot of OFFTRAIL with thorns etc or something it's probably Alpine not

I personally plan to buy that sometime (currently just bought so many things already banned me from buying more) but I do tour type (they are usually more like cold seasons say November in Scotland) not sure I trust him.
If you'd like to take a peek.
Mickey

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Here is what they say about them officially at BPL:
DriDucks are made with a two-layer laminate polypropylene microporous. They are intended for use by ultralight backpackers casual dress code that know how to take care of their gear. We recommend them for on-trail bushwhacking backpacking, mountaineering or not. In particular, we highly recommend them as cheap alternatives to quit expensive and heavier raingear for mild weather where your raingear backpacking sits in the bottom of your pack most of the time anyways. DriDucks are compact, ultralight, and cheap! 40966.7300347222 MikeC
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#3 Posted : Monday, February 27, 2012 8:53:17 PM(UTC)
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Incidentally I read several REVIEWS and poor production quality a (misaligned seams and rizertz hangs).

There are many more options (more expensive)-very light coats some breathing and others do not. If budget is not a hard limit was also considering looking at them. Tell me if you want some directions
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