- 100% Other Fibers
- Rain jacket with adjustable, attached hood with E-Z Push cord locks
- Zippered side pockets
- Hook-and-loop adjustable wrists
- Adjustable cord-lock waist
- Self-contain pocket
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Designed for You, Created for the Outdoors
Welcome to Frogg Toggs. We believe that premium materials, exceptional construction and innovative features should be standard and still affordable. We work hard to get you the fit and performance you need for your active lifestyle. All of our gear is used and abused in the field and on the water by all of us at Frogg Toggs. If for any reason a new product does not hold up to and exceed our standards, you'll never see it on retail or e-tail store shelves.
Breathable, Affordable, Lightweight
In 1996, Frogg Toggs was founded with a single purpose and mission - to keep you comfortable during your outdoor pursuits. Whether you work or play outdoors, Frogg Toggs has a product that will keep you comfortable while you pursue your passion or put food on the table. Jackets to footwear, head to toe, Frogg Toggs has you covered.
Quality and Performance Trump Aesthetics
Everybody wants to look good, but it doesn’t matter how good you look if you aren’t warm, dry and comfortable. Features should first be functional, not just flashy and “cool.” Folks who make their living outdoors require gear that works like it’s supposed to and makes life easier for them when they use it.
Dependable Foul-Weather Protection
From rainwear to footwear and from cooling products to outdoor accessories, we at Frogg Toggs are committed to applying the lessons we have learned in our 24 years to give you our best. Because, after all, it's what you deserve from your gear and the people who provide it.
The Frogg Toggs Xtreme Lite Rain Jacket features an adjustable, attached hood with E-Z Push cord locks and fully taped seams to keep you dry. The zippered side pockets and self-contain pocket provide ample storage for outdoor essentials. The hook-and-loop adjustable wrists and adjustable cord-lock waist allow you to achieve the perfect fit. The Frogg Toggs Xtreme Lite Rain Jacket is perfect for your outdoor adventures.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 24 x 2 inches; 8 Ounces
- Item model number : XTL62101
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : November 15, 2017
- Manufacturer : Frogg Toggs
- ASIN : B077H48RX5
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I usually wear medium shirts/jackets and this medium is perfect. A little roomier to fit a fleece jacket and even a down jacket underneath if necessary. The sleeve length is perfect and the hood fits great. Not even close to the odd-fitting garbage bag style on the other Frogg Toggs stuff. This is basically a super cheap version of my $150 Marmot and Outdoor Research jackets. Of course, those still have their place and this is not a replacement per se.
The medium weighs 7.85oz on my scale. That's a full 5oz savings compared to my usual rain jacket - enough to get excited about when trying to cut backpacking weight.
As for the color, the blue is more of a nice grayish-blue but 1994 wants that fluorescent green/yellow zipper back. Hideous!
Pros: Lightweight (my Medium jacket weighed 7.8oz). Material seems to shed water well. Windproof. I'm 6'1", 175#, 34" waist. Medium fit good enough to fit light insulating layer underneath.
Cons: Seams are taped on the exterior of the jacket. Not all seams are taped or sealed, including the waist, wrist, front zipper and hood brim. No pit zips - there are only two (one per side) small 1/4" grommeted vents.
My belief is that there is no perfect rain shell for backpacking. They can come durable but bulky, heavy and/or expensive. Lightweight, but fragile and/or expensive. DWR coatings all eventually fail and then shell absorbs water and becomes heavy (potentially dangerous depending on the temps) while hiking. None breathe well, especially when you're under load and moderate exertion, regardless of the marketing from TNF, Marmot, Mountain Hardwear, etc.
My specific experience with this jacket during periods of extended heavy rain, the untaped/unsealed seams wicked rain into their channels soaking the elastic and stretch cord and holding water. When I got into camp and pulled off my jacket to shake it dry, it was "heavy" at the edges. The wrists, waist, and brim were all saturated and I could literally wring water out of each of these areas. My hope when purchasing this jacket was that I would have a lightweight waterproof shell - knowing that it would likely not breathe well. I mostly tend to backpack in the late fall, winter and early spring, so keeping dry can be important for safety. Frogg Toggs - not sure if you have recommendation for seam sealing these areas, or if I just got a fluke. Otherwise, I'm not sure this one will make it back into my pack. Maybe 2.5 stars.
+ Lightweight (measured weights of 7.2oz/7.5oz for M/L)
+ Compact (1/3 the packed size of our GoreTex jackets)
+ Totally waterprooof (won't ever wet out, dries quickly, good windbreaker)
+ Shockingly cheap for good, light gear.
They have handy features like quality zippers, zippered pockets, elastic drawstring waist with decent barrel adjusters, taped seams, and some hood adjustments.
Our trip was super wet. Nearly daily showers and a few insane downpours. We carried these in our backpack daily, and the compact size and light weight were dearly appreciated. But after weeks of daily use they show no obvious signs of wear and tear.
A few small complaints
- Total waterproofness means non-breathable. In our hot monsoon hikes we got pretty sweaty, these things are just dying for pit zips.
- Not stylish at all. These are fine for the backcountry but the bright zippers and translucent material stand out deeply unfashionable in downtown Tokyo.
- Sized for big people. We are tall and the fit was way oversize. 6'2" 190lb man wore a medium well but loose and a 6'0" 145lb woman wearing a 25lb baby in a carrier was fine in a large (without a baby she was very loose in the medium). Size down.
- For me the collar fit slightly oddly, it chafed a bit when fully zipped up.
All in all these were great, reliable pieces of gear - an amazing deal when considering the cost of lightweight rain jackets. If they ever make rainpants I'll buy 'em in a heartbeat. (Still, with all the great detail I'm holding off one star for the missing pit zips.)
Top reviews from other countries
Pros: ultralight, water proof, breathable, soft touch, low cost
Cons: zippers constantly catch fabric which I expect will cause damage in future, unfashionable
I am 30 lbs overweight and a large size is still too big with layers! I would order a size smaller.