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Warm weather rainsuit #13518942 04/15/20 02:44 PM
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What's the best warm weather rain jacket. Looking to upgrade.

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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13518982 04/15/20 02:57 PM
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LDP I just ordered a Gil warm weather rainsuit after talking to a bunch of guys, I'll let you know once I get to fish in it some how it goes.

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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: KenTx1962] #13519033 04/15/20 03:25 PM
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Thanks Ken

Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13520228 04/16/20 11:12 AM
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Semi new player on the scene, at least to me, would be Striker.


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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13520321 04/16/20 12:40 PM
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You want something small, lightweight and packable - Marmount makes a some decent goretex that won't break the bank [Linked Image]

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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13520338 04/16/20 12:54 PM
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I have an older Frogg Toggs suit that is breathable and very thin. Bought it specifically for warmer weather and it has served the purpose well. I would definitely buy another. Recently I have acquired some GILL products and really like the quality. They make a warm weather suit and I think someone already mentioned it but you might look there too.


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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13520464 04/16/20 02:04 PM
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Grundens breathable waterproof bottoms and a Simms goretex shell.

Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13521003 04/16/20 06:47 PM
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Simms Waypoints Rain Jacket and Vapor Elite pants

Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13521267 04/16/20 10:01 PM
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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13521672 04/17/20 04:28 AM
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Simms pro dry is around 30%-40% off on eBay. Expensive but breathes better than the several others I’ve tried

Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: LDP] #13521762 04/17/20 11:15 AM
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Tagging this one for later. I have yet to find a rain suit that I don’t sweat my arse off in!! I have a super nice frog tog bib and jacket. They do their job great for sure. But if it’s over 75* outside, I’m going to be soaked anyways. If it’s warm enough outside I just got to where I will wear swim trunks and a t-shirt. Change later after it passes. If it’s cold rain in summer time I will just throw on the jacket but still be sweating

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Originally Posted by H2O Seeker
I have an older Frogg Toggs suit that is breathable and very thin. Bought it specifically for warmer weather and it has served the purpose well. I would definitely buy another. Recently I have acquired some GILL products and really like the quality. They make a warm weather suit and I think someone already mentioned it but you might look there too.


Frogg Toggs has a lot of new products if you haven't checked their website

I have Frogg Toggs I use for cool and warm weather and they work great some are over 10 years old.

WalMart has been selling the Ultra light top/bottoms for $17 to $19 depending on color. I also use these to wear on my motorbike in warm/rainy weather

Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: Statton48] #13521792 04/17/20 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Statton48
Tagging this one for later. I have yet to find a rain suit that I don’t sweat my arse off in!! I have a super nice frog tog bib and jacket. They do their job great for sure. But if it’s over 75* outside, I’m going to be soaked anyways. If it’s warm enough outside I just got to where I will wear swim trunks and a t-shirt. Change later after it passes. If it’s cold rain in summer time I will just throw on the jacket but still be sweating


Frogg Toggs is what you need

Excellent for wearing in texas in warm weather in case of a pop up rain storm, you don't sweat

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
Originally Posted by Statton48
Tagging this one for later. I have yet to find a rain suit that I don’t sweat my arse off in!! I have a super nice frog tog bib and jacket. They do their job great for sure. But if it’s over 75* outside, I’m going to be soaked anyways. If it’s warm enough outside I just got to where I will wear swim trunks and a t-shirt. Change later after it passes. If it’s cold rain in summer time I will just throw on the jacket but still be sweating


Frogg Toggs is what you need

Excellent for wearing in texas in warm weather in case of a pop up rain storm, you don't sweat



Are you now sponsored by FroggToggs, too? I know that you've recently signed some pretty big deals....


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Re: Warm weather rainsuit [Re: Okie Poke] #13521805 04/17/20 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Statton48
Tagging this one for later. I have yet to find a rain suit that I don’t sweat my arse off in!! I have a super nice frog tog bib and jacket. They do their job great for sure. But if it’s over 75* outside, I’m going to be soaked anyways. If it’s warm enough outside I just got to where I will wear swim trunks and a t-shirt. Change later after it passes. If it’s cold rain in summer time I will just throw on the jacket but still be sweating


Frogg Toggs is what you need

Excellent for wearing in texas in warm weather in case of a pop up rain storm, you don't sweat



Are you now sponsored by FroggToggs, too? I know that you've recently signed some pretty big deals....


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