Frogg Toggs All Sport Rain Suit
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- 100% Polypropylene
- All Sport Rain Suit Black Sm
- All Sport Rain Suit
- Jacket Full length, easy movement cut with adjustable waist. Adjustable & detachable hood. A full zip front with waterproof storm flap and guttered cover. An elongated rear cape and comfortable elastic sleeve openings.
- Pants 1" elastic waistband with adjustable cord and cord lock. Classic straight-leg design with adjustable leg openings. Four-panel cut for flexible fit and comfort.
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The Frogg Toggs All Sport Rain Suit is a blend of non-woven materials that provide great waterproof and breathable performance. The Classic 50 non-woven jacket, combined with the original Classic 30 non-woven pants, are guaranteed waterproof and great fitting. It provides a great looking suit for every outdoor activity. Frogg Toggs is the leader in lightweight, breathable and affordable rain wear.
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Sizing from FT
Size Height Weight (in pounds)
S 4'8"-5'4" Under 130
M 5'2"-5'10" 130-160
L 5'6"-6'3" 160-200
XL 5'10"-6'5" 200-240
2XL 6'0"-6'8" 240-285
I'm 6' 6" and 300 lbs (and no, it's not all muscle :o) ). I usually wear a 36" inseam and a 38" - 40" waist, and 2XL tall in shirts. I would normally have ordered the 2XL size, but I went with XL based on comments about sizing. XL turned out to be a nearly perfect fit.
~ The length of the pant legs is perfect. The waist-band is elastic with a draw-string, which I don't need because they're a snug (but not tight) fit. There are narrow velcro straps at the ankles to adjust the fit, which is great for bicycling.
~ The coat is almost as good a fit as the pants, but it could be just a skotch longer. Not a real problem, just a preference. The bottom of the coat also has a draw-string to help with the fit. The arms are just about the perfect length.
~ The hood is very large, possibly too large, especially if you're facing into the wind and not using the draw-strings to cinch it tight. It will fit most of the way over my bicycle helmet (and I have a large head, thus a large helmet). It's detachable.
~ There are no pockets on either the coat or pants.
~ The material really is like a reusable shopping back, but not at all flimsy. I don't think you'd have a problem with tearing unless you wear it around brambles or scrap metal or other snaggy stuff. I can see where piling might happen, and I'm pretty sure thistles would stick to it.
~ It's super lightweight.
~ I don't think it would be very packable. The material is a bit too stiff for that, not like nylon. This is more of a hang-up or fold-up kind of rainsuit.
~ It's very breathable. Aside from the excellent fit, this is what I was most excited about. I try to bike in all weather. That could be very cold rain, sweltering rain, or snow, depending on the season. Yesterday I rode in the rain both to and from work. It was around 40F (4C) in the morning and 50F (10C) in the evening, and it was very windy. I wore a short-sleeved button-up shirt and khakis underneath. I could feel the air moving against my skin and it kept me cool, but not too cool, and it kept the rain out 100%.
I also purchased a separate stuff sack because the description said it was not part of the set. When received, it did include a stuff sack. Well, now I have two of them.