Rain Gear

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Rain Gear

Postby martino1 » Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:03 am

Does anyone have a rain gear that they can recommend. I'm looking for rain gear that works, goes on easily, doesn't take much space in the saddle bag and doesn't break the bank. I tried the frog togs and well... looking for a better brand. Anyone have a brand that they really like.


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Re: Rain Gear

Postby themainviking » Fri Jul 04, 2014 7:20 am

There is a pretty good discussion going here:


As I mentioned there, $300 Harley Raingear is really good in cool riding weather when raining, but in hot weather, it does not breath so you end up wet inside anyway. Incidentally, I did not purchase the Harley raingear. I won it in a raffle on a $2 ticket.
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Re: Rain Gear

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