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Frogg Toggs "Pro-Lite Rain Suit"

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Frogg Toggs "Pro-Lite Rain Suit"

Make & Model

Brand:
Frogg Toggs
Model:
Pro-Lite Rain Suit
MSRP ($):
39.95

Fishing from a kayak put you in the heart of nature and sometimes that heart is full of wind and rain. Thankfully Frogg Toggs "Pro-Lite Rain Suit" is waterproof and breathable to keep your comfortable all day while on the water fishing.

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Love this rain suit

At this price point it's hard to beat this suit. It stands up well to wind and rain and keeps me dry and warm. The material may not be best for hunting as I would imagine it would snag brush fairly easy, but they definitely work well while fishing! I have 2 rain suits: the Toggs and a Stearns suit. The Stearns is a much stiffer suit, while the Frogg Toggs are lighter weight and move well with your body. I like the pouch they come with as well. It's easy to roll up the suit and store it in a hatch or crate. Great product for sure!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Light weight, waterproof, breathable
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