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wading jacket

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looking to upgrade my wading jacket. What are you guys using these days. I would like to see pics if you have them or recommendations. Thanks.

Posted on: 3/23 12:48


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I like Filson's jackets they are just a little pricey.

Posted on: 3/23 12:55


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Currently using a Patagonia lightweight that I bought 3-4 years ago now.
Can't remember the exact name of it. But it was one of their cheaper ones - listing price of $200 at the time if I remember correctly. But I bought it on clearance in the fall for almost half off

No bells or whistles. Just a basic rain coat that I put on when it's pouring. And take off when it's over. That's all I want.
I like that it folds up nicely, so that I can carry it in the back of my vest if rain is imminent

Posted on: 3/23 13:06


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thanks guys. i had a filson awhile back it was nice but heavy and didn't breathe.

Posted on: 3/23 13:26


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I have an Orvis Ultralkight and Orvis Pro and sold the ultralight for some waders. I liked the ultralight when hiking a bunch and the pro when not hiking. Both good jackets

Posted on: 3/24 18:24


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If you don't want to spend a ton of money I have the Frogg Toggs Java Hellbender Fly & Wading Jacket. I'm really happy with it! I think I got it on sale for around $60.

Posted on: 3/25 10:32


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my last one was an eastern mountain sports,but now,i just use a regular north face rain shell, because it's packable and breathable .

Posted on: 3/26 12:56


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Orvis Ultralight and Simms G3 Guide.

Posted on: 3/27 20:59
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Simms guide jacket. Look at the cuffs and you'll love the non line catching design. 5 stars

Posted on: 3/28 23:29
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Love my Orvis. It’s kept me dry in terrible weather.

Posted on: 3/29 8:05
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