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Kristie Wilder
12-02-2009, 07:44 PM
I got us a couple of pair of camo frog toggs a few weeks ago. Wore them in some heavy rain while working with the dogs and I was suprised and disappointed to find out they don't have any pockets.

Also, it seems like if they bunch up where water can puddle in the bunching, then it gets thru...

Do any of you all use some that have pockets?

And if any of you have frog toggs, have they been and stayed waterproof??

-K

wayne anderson
12-02-2009, 08:50 PM
No pockets, but they are light weight and keep me dry. Be careful not to tear them (on nail or other object). Otherwise I have used them for several years with no problem.

ArtC
12-03-2009, 06:47 AM
I have a pair with pockets in the pants, none in the jacket. They stay waterproof fine but aren't very tough, I don't use them anyplace they might get caught on something.
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Brad B
12-03-2009, 12:59 PM
Mine have stayed waterproof for years. Just wonder, where would they be bunching up and catching water? They are not very durable around sharp objects but are well worth what you pay.

Kristie Wilder
12-04-2009, 06:47 AM
Mine have stayed waterproof for years. Just wonder, where would they be bunching up and catching water? They are not very durable around sharp objects but are well worth what you pay.

at the knees... And some at the forearm... So when we take them off, we have wet knees and forearms. Not TERRIBLE and absolutely still worth what we paid ($60 for both at sierratradingpost). I think they're a size too big... I've seen them on other people and they seem baggy, but ours seem a little too baggy, which is fine bc we'll have more clothes under them come winter.

Thanks for the feedback.