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Rain wear #7790846 03/31/20 04:18 AM
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I've got a pancho for hunting,but I'm looking for a rain coat.
I've got one that folds into itself, from academy, $19.99... But in a downpour it gets soaked.
any recommendations for a good quality rain coat?


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I used to use a Gore Tex rain suit that did a decent job, but if it wasn't cold it was too hot to wear.


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Columbia outdry extreme


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Frog Toggs
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Kuiu brand if you have the money

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Sitka gore-tex, fairly expensive but you get what you pay for.

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If you don't want to pay First Lite/Kuiu/Sitka prices and don't care about camo than Marmot Precip Eco is a good option. It works well and won't break the bank. Even Cabela's Space Rain (still available???) is/was a good option though if I recall correctly it was only available in two different ugly camos.


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another vote for frog toggs. they are lightweight, cheap and absolutely water proof.

if you want something higher end, Helly Hansen cant be beat..

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Simms or North Face make some great options.


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Rivers West makes the best I have used and owned. ( sat through 1.5 inch rain one afternoon in it an =d stayed dry)

Cabela's space rain gear is a light weight suit that packs easy and I usualy have pants and jacket in the pack or cargo pockets if I do not want to wear rain gear but want it if needed when hunting. light weight and works


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I have both Toggs and columbia. Both work well and are moderately priced. Toggs are a bit stiffer so i use columbia more often.

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