Rated 5 out of 5 by Dexster Frogg Toggs Rain Suit
Only used the top once so far but it performed well. It wasn't a downpour or a storm but more of a steady drizzle and rain. Loved the coat w/zipper style as opposed to a poncho. Definitely much better than the plastic ponchos.
November 13, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by mm Not durable
The knees ripped on the first use and had to cut the pants off. If you are looking for a disposable suit when hunting without kneeling, this is the one. If you want something to wear more than once don't bother.
November 12, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fred Cheap zipper
The zipper failed the first time I put the jacket on. At $20.00 for an item and it does not last even one hour before it fails is inexcusable.. Total waste of money.
November 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by steve Nice but had hole in shoulder when i got it
Looking forward to by new suit, but when i pulled it out of the bag, i saw a seam at the top of the shoulder that was apart. I super glued it together, but was disappointed.
Wore it for the first time today, and loved it. Very light. Seems like good tent material also.
October 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by joe excellent light weight and easy to move in
Works great and light weight very comfortable kept me dry When riding the motorcycle in the rain
October 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by green commuter frogtoggs
I bought this Raingear for toring on my bicycle super lightweight and very dependable it's a must have in my panner bags
August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by larry46 Best I found in price.
I like the design and fit. That was what I wanted.
August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by DRYGOLFER87 Great Value-Dry Round++++GREAT PRODUCT
I caught this item on sale.And it was the perfect match for a week FULL of WET GOLF.
July 19, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by JRVNWA Fast Service
The price is good, however you get what you pay for. I needed rain gear for an upcoming trip and didn't want to spend a lot. The service and delivery was great. Got it as promised. First time using it, the zipper came off the material, so I can't imagine it lasting very long. However, it did keep me dry on a windy wet day on Lake Erie.
June 29, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by McNabb It breathes better than Goretex but don't expect super durability
People need to understand that this is a lightweight rain suit that cost $20. Don't expect to pass it down to your children or have it survive a tour in combat. What this is good for is sticking in your backpack or the trunk of your car just in case it rains. Bar none the Frogg Togg / Dri Duck material is the best material for rain protection, because it breathes, it keeps the water out while not making you sweat like wearing a rubber sauna suit. I tried Goretex, and 3 layer rain suits that cost hundreds of dollars and this suit breathes the best. The only catch is its not durable because the paper/tyvex material can rip over time, if it gets caught on something, or if you are not careful. Just keep in mind its a $20 rainsuit, not $200. Its also not going to be as durable as a heavy duty rubberized rain suit, but that breathes like a trashbag, and if its a warm rain or your doing some serious moving around, you will be soaked not buy rain getting thru, but by your own sweat. I have better rain gear for doing hard work outside, and for cold driving rain in the winter. This rain gear is what I use for a weekend hiking/camping/hunting trip or something to put in an emergency kit in the car or to if you don't serious have rain gear already to keep at home in case of a storm
June 10, 2013