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post #1 of 13 Old 07-10-2011, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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Frogg Toggs, Material ?

Just wondering, is the Material in the various styles of toggs the same
weight?
Answered my own question and can't find the delete button.
yes there are two different material weights.

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Frogg Toggs Rain Gear (see FroggToggsRainGear dot com). Good stuff.
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I'm looking at getting some new rain gear. What are the preferences in the Frogg Togg line?

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Don't know what type FT i have, they were around $30 for the pants. I've worn them in some pretty heavy rain and kept me fairly dry, in a light rain they would be perfect. Very warm underneath.
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Frogg Toggs..
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That's Hodag from Green Bay wearing a set at a ADV Gathering over by Milwaukee a couple years ago.. Rained cats and dogs for about 1/2 hour.. He was dry, as were anyone standing under him..
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That is the tiniest beer I've ever seen....

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lol. I have a tourmaster rainsuit, one piece. Awesome. Has a neoprene hood. I think they might be on sale still at newenough (or whatever they call themselves now...www.newenough.com works).




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Can you imagine trying to find a helmet for that mellon??
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