Frogg Toggs Men’s Ultra Lite Rain Suit, Yellow, XX-Large

June 10, 2015 - Comment

Get ready for an incredibly lightweight rain jacket with a performance that better than expected. The Frogg Toggs® Ultra-Lite2TM Rain Suit & Ponchos are constructed from an ultra-Lightweight, waterproof, breathable, non-woven polypropylene construction. The patented bi-laminate technology with “welded” waterproof seams and unmatched sweat-free breathability is a great value in affordable rain wear. The compression

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Get ready for an incredibly lightweight rain jacket with a performance that better than expected. The Frogg Toggs® Ultra-Lite2TM Rain Suit & Ponchos are constructed from an ultra-Lightweight, waterproof, breathable, non-woven polypropylene construction. The patented bi-laminate technology with “welded” waterproof seams and unmatched sweat-free breathability is a great value in affordable rain wear. The compression packability of this suit or poncho allows it to pack down to “storage pocket” size

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Comments

Rosc says:

good for cheap & lightweight rain gear I purchased this set of Frogg Toggs so I would have a top & bottom rain set for wearing at home, while going to get the mail and such. For $20ish, they looked to be a decent set. 

Joanie says:

Built for a man, yet marketed to a woman. I work outside in all kinds of weather and needed a rain suit in a hurry. I did not want to spend a ton of money, and I needed something not in banana yellow. I ordered this after searching under women’s rain gear and checking woman’s size chart that you click on from the product page. I am short and normally would order a small, but I wanted this suit to fit over a winter coat and heavy pants so I ordered a medium. I was sent a medium, but it must be men’s sizing since I can pull the pants…

Retailwonderer says:

Perfect This suit exceeded my expectations. I backpack every summer in the Rockies. On a 10 day trip, I typically need rain gear for 8 hours or less. In the past, I’ve always used expensive, heavy Gore-Tex; it sits in the bottom of my pack 80% of the time. Tried DriDucks this year and was very impressed. It’s incredibly light, very inexpensive, it breathes well, and is waterproof. Pretty good wind block. Not very durable, but you can repair it with duct tape on the trail, and for the price, it…

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