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H20 Rain Gear #10630807 02/19/15 06:47 PM
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anyone ever use the H20 bibs and parka, looking for a quick fix for this weekend. are they any good?

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Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630812 02/19/15 06:50 PM
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I'll be trying them out for the first time on Fork this weekend. I've heard great things about them. The new ones that are $100 seem really nice, especially the bibs. Those are the ones I bought.


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Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630818 02/19/15 06:55 PM
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I have a pair and have no complaints.


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Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: BriannShell] #10630832 02/19/15 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted By: BriannShell
I have a pair and have no complaints.


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Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630837 02/19/15 07:01 PM
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I've got the older blue style I have used for 3 seasons now with no issues. In a hard rain I'm not 100% dry but I have no complaints other than I wish they had an insulated liner for the jacket.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630900 02/19/15 07:17 PM
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They are great for the money...!

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630903 02/19/15 07:19 PM
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I can tell you from experience a couple weeks ago the newer version is worth the money. Fished all day in rain some heavy at times only thing that got wet was end of my shirt sleeves but could have been from live well and couple inches of my blue jeans down by boots. Very good set for the money


Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10630926 02/19/15 07:30 PM
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I can never find the large or XL in stock for the H2O gear...went with a set at Gander Mountain instead, hopefully that wasn't a mistake.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: BASSNDOOD] #10630990 02/19/15 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted By: BASSNDOOD
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I have a pair and have no complaints.


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I've had both pairs and returned both good luck.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10631009 02/19/15 08:08 PM
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for the money they are worth it for sure. i got lucky and picked up mine on hot deal for 40 bucks. i have worn them for the past 3 months multiple times a week and have zero complaints. even use them for yard work.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: BassSAT] #10631014 02/19/15 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted By: BassSAT
They are great for the money...!


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Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10631039 02/19/15 08:20 PM
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Better out there,for twice the price. I like mind.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: L. Swaim1] #10631284 02/19/15 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted By: L. Swaim1
I can tell you from experience a couple weeks ago the newer version is worth the money. Fished all day in rain some heavy at times only thing that got wet was end of my shirt sleeves but could have been from live well and couple inches of my blue jeans down by boots. Very good set for the money


I've got the new black version as well but haven't worn it in the rain yet. The only thing that concerned me about them were the vent holes in the back of the hood. Does rain not leak through those? It looks like it would.

Re: H20 Rain Gear [Re: Troy Luce] #10631291 02/19/15 10:01 PM
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I got a pair of bibs for Christmas. I have worn them 3 times and have no complaints at all.

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