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Rain gear #5371839 10/21/14 07:07 PM
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I am going on an elk hunt in Montana in several weeks and looking for some good rain gear that is camo and lightweight that I can carry in my pack and put on over my clothing - any ideas?


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Frogg Toggs



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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Frogg Toggs





x2 on the Frogg Toggs thats good stuff

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X3 on Frogg Toggs. Mine keep me bone dry when it's pouring down.


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are there different types? Some the reviews said that they won't hold up well in brush, etc.


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Frog toggs suck in any humidity and if your walking around. They don't breath.

Kuiu, first lite, cabelas instinct, kryptek.... In that order.

If it doesn't have pit zips don't by it.

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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Frog toggs suck in any humidity and if your walking around. They don't breath.

Kuiu, first lite, cabelas instinct, kryptek.... In that order.

If it doesn't have pit zips don't by it.

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Most men stop sweating after 72......... Might explain a few things.....

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Most fat young guys that drive Fords, sweat just thinking about it sweating...



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TLk if you don't want to spend a fortune(understandable)

Look at some of the Columbia PFG and PHG stuff. Not most breathable but better then frogtoggs.
Shadow storm pants are on sale for 50. And the grey men's evaporation jacket is a good jacket, but buy big cause you will layer.

Also don't be afraid to wear solid colors

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Most fat young guys that drive Fords, sweat just thinking about it sweating...


Lol!!!!

Technically I drive a Chevy...... Now......well for just a little while

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Most fat young guys that drive Fords, sweat just thinking about it sweating...


Lol!!!!

Technically I drive a Chevy...... Now......well for just a little while

I heard that Fords self com-bust when young fat guys drive them when wearing Kuiu....



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Technically it was off and parked and the last guy to drive it was not wearing kuiu

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Technically grin it was your Ford, that you drove daily and it carried your Kuiu. If you had bought Frogg Toggs you might still be driving it...



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Technically grin it was your Ford, that you drove daily and it carried your Kuiu. If you had bought Frogg Toggs you might still be driving it...


Lol...noted!!

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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
TLk if you don't want to spend a fortune(understandable)

Look at some of the Columbia PFG and PHG stuff. Not most breathable but better then frogtoggs.
Shadow storm pants are on sale for 50. And the grey men's evaporation jacket is a good jacket, but buy big cause you will layer.

Also don't be afraid to wear solid colors


thanks I will check it out


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Your best gear late season is leg gaitors. Kuiu or mountain hard wear pinnical stretch xt. The mountain hard ware run really big sizing wise order a size down. If your large order medium

Actually I've got a x-large kuiu I sale you. I bought large this year and fit was much better for me.

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Montana? I'd go with cheap and lite, and FrogTogs fill the bill. SE Alaska, Olympic Peninsula, and such? That's where you need the serious stuff like Helly Hansen, Impertech, and similar.


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Originally Posted By: dawaba
Montana? I'd go with cheap and lite, and FrogTogs fill the bill. SE Alaska, Olympic Peninsula, and such? That's where you need the serious stuff like Helly Hansen, Impertech, and similar.


I understand - will the frogtogs hold up when walking through brush, etc.?? Weather where we are going should not be too horrible - at 8900 feet in early November - near Yellowstone


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All I ever used until about 1990 or 1995 was an old military surplus poncho. Besides getting rain gear put a 55 gallon plastic trash bag in your pack, always carry it. Because there will be times that there was no rain in the forecast and the rain gear is at camp and you will need it. It can also makes a quick emergency shelter and for other emergencies. Don't forget a 50 foot hank of paracord, a bright color like pink that can be seen from the air.


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