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(Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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Does anyone have any experience with breathable waders from the "Toggs" brand (possibly Frogg Toggs)? My old waders have been leaking and its time to replace them. I've found a good deal on these online from Troutlet.

I've seen the Frogg Toggs rainwear at Gander Mountian and it looks like a nice concept. Its different from most other waterproof breathable fabrics I've encoutered.

Any thoughts?

Posted on: 2007/7/11 11:43
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Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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Looks like I'll have to be the guinea pig on this one. I'll write a review in a few weeks.

Posted on: 2007/7/13 10:47
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Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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my dad has them and he likes them...they seem really nice

Posted on: 2007/7/14 11:49


Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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Good to hear BigJohn. I have a pair ordered. Should get them this week!

Posted on: 2007/7/14 16:31
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Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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That's a great price on those! Even if they're not exactly what you're looking for, they'd make a solid backup.

Let everyone know what you think of them once you get them and have been able to use them.

Great find.

Posted on: 2007/7/14 21:00
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My Toggs waders arrived yesterday. The fit, finish, and quality seem fine. Maybe I'll baptize them in the Falling Springs Branch this afternoon.

Posted on: 2007/7/22 6:56
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Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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Well, I have been on a few outings now with these waders and I like them alot. They are a very comfortable lightweight wader with built-in gravel guards and wading belt. Only time will tell how durable they are, but for $65 its hard to go wrong!

Posted on: 2007/8/13 12:15
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Re: (Frogg) Toggs Breathable Waders

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Please do update this if you find anything wrong with them.

I'm getting closer to buying a spare pair of waders....

Posted on: 2007/8/13 14:04


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We carried the Frogg toggs at the warehouse I was working at. At the time they were pretty new and we did not sell many. I do not remember a single return or complaint on any of their waders. We carried them for a year before I left so that isn't a very long time to say if they are durable or not. The price is right and for a backup pair it may your best choice.

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Great find on those, I've seen them and often wondered about them. Nice info to know. For $65 bucks if they lasted only one year, you could by a new set each year and it wouldn't be that big of a deal. Hopefully you get lots of time on the water and many years out of them. Thanks for the info!

Posted on: 2007/8/13 16:31
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