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 All Sport Rain Suit is a blend of classic frogg toggs nonwoven materials that provides great waterproof and breathable performance at a terrific value. The Classic50 nonwoven jacket combined with nonwoven pants are guaranteed waterproof and great fitting. All Sports Camo Suits Jacket Features • A full-length, easy movement cut with regular sleeves and adjustable waist • Classic50 nonwoven polypropylene material for better durability and great breathability • Fully adjustable and detachable hood that can be rolled under the collar or removed completely • A full-zip front with waterproof storm flap and guttered cover • An elongated rear cape for better coverage and comfortable elastic sleeve openings Pants Features • 1” elastic waistband with adjustable cord and cord lock • Classic50 nonwoven polypropylene material for lightweight waterproof coverage • Classic straight-leg design with adjustable leg openings • A four-panel cut for flexible fit and comfort
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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%.
We put it to the test as soon as receiving it in the mail and PRIOR TO ever going out to the field with it. Here are the results:
Waterproofness: F (Failed)
Went under the shower head and intended to stay under for about 10 minutes. Had to call it in about 3 minutes, because water could be felt coming in the suit - see photos. Water mainly came in at the seams of the jacket at shoulder level (see photo of the polo shirt I was wearing underneath for how much water got through at that point). Pants held up decently, but there were still a couple of minor wet spots at thigh level. If those were the results in 3 minutes you can just imagine how soaking wet you'll be hunting with this on a rainy day.
Claims to be breathable, but as soon as zipping it up one can immediately feel the heat building up inside. Not ideal for hot weather conditions.
Material appears to be some sort of corrugated paper treated for repelling water. Will definitely have a few holes in it after a few uses out in the field. May last you 1 or 2 seasons, but that's it.
Packable? Sure, as much as folding a piece of paper can be; that's what it's made of after all.
Big enough to allow you to wear warmer clothing underneath in cold weather. You're not going to win any awards for being the best dressed hunter out there though. Felt baggy... Think Michellin man.
Went up and down a flight of stairs and walked around in it to break it in. Verdict: Wildlife will hear you coming over miles away. There is plenty of noise even when rotating your head with the hood on.
For $33 you'd think this would be a good value, and you'd be wrong. If you're going to wear this on a hunt and you know 100% that it will be sunny, you may be willing to forgive this suit's flaws. However, if you are looking for something that is quiet and breathable as well as fit better than a sack of potatoes, you should invest a few more bucks and buy something better.
Needless to say, this suit will NOT keep you dry.