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    tourmaster jacket and pants, full face helmet, though i have yet to find one that doesnt fog up AND not let rain drip down the inside of your shield. as for boots, i wear danners. with the goretex liner.(super rainforests) or i pack my shoes in a bag and wear rubber boots. i also have waterproof gloves. i hate being wet all day at work. it doesnt matter what you use though you need new shit every couple years, it wears out. i also carry a pair of fishing pants in my saddlebag just i case i dont have all the gear on.

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    if youre looking for good gear at a good price, http://www.newenough.com

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    I've noticed most of ya'll wear rainsuits, but complain about wet feet, I don't have any of these,and they are rather costly, but, they are 100% waterproof,and breathable. they're called Seal Skins Waterproof Socks,they also make gloves and hats , they're kind of thick, about as thick as wet suit material.

    http://www.sealskinz.com/
    Last edited by starwolf; 10-14-2011 at 6:05 AM.

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    No shit man. It looks goofier than hell but it's fucking magic when you wanna stay dry.

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    How do you people even find these threads to resurrect them? This one is 5 years old

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    old truck inner tubes for the legs and a garbage bag for the body...

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    A house. I wear it when it snows too.

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    NOTHING , I love the feel of the driving rain and road grit pelting my exposed yam-bag.

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    I had some frog toggs that failed last time I got caught in the rain. Normally I wear whatever jacket I have on. If i know it's happening, I try to remember my chaps and fullface with a visor. Half the time I get caught without that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatChibs View Post
    How do you people even find these threads to resurrect them? This one is 5 years old
    my favorite are years old threads asking a specific question and someone posts a reply as if the OP still hasn't figured out the solution after half a decade

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    yea frogg toggs can melt easily when they touch exhaust pipes and burn your skin bad. I've seen this first hand and removing the melted plastic from your skin is not fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HedleyLamarr View Post
    my favorite are years old threads asking a specific question and someone posts a reply as if the OP still hasn't figured out the solution after half a decade
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