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Added Benefit - David IN
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Great performance and great price.
I bought the rainsuits for its intended purposes ride in the rain, however, as the weather got colder I started to wear them in the morning and at night and amazingly it kept me very warm and it is very light and comfortable to wear.
color problems - Jerry OK
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: high quality
Cons: colors not as expected
seemed like a really good product. We returned because the orange is a dark burnt orange and we expected a brighter orange. Had the color been closer to expectation we would have kept theses.
Better, but not there yet - DonO
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Comfortable, lightweight, easy to pack, great for walking.
Cons: I found it great for all but riding, zippers leak, especially the front jacket zipper.
Used in ride this summer from Banff to Jasper NP, was great except zippers in the legs and jacket leaked, very cold wet ride. If they do something to fix the zippers, I would love this product. Anywhere the front of jacket sort of folds, where water collects acts like a funnel to let water in. They should move zippers toward the side and angle it to eliminate the problem. Maybe next year they will have it worked out.
very disappointing product buy something else - Soggy Rider MI
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: many motorcycle-specific features and improvements over previous Toggs
Cons: leaked like a sieve
Disastrous results from this suit. Would have rated it zero stars if able.I purchased Hogg Toggs based on my fairly good experience with a previous set of Frogg Toggs rain gear. I've yet to find rain gear that does not leak, but my first set of Toggs was an improvement over plasticrubber type suits packed well, soft, blocked wind and mostly waterproof. Based on this experience I purchased a set of Hogg Toggs.After receiving the HTs I noticed many improvements over the recreational Frogg Togg suit I had thicker material, taped seams, reflective piping, stirrups on the pant cuffs, zippers on the calf to make them easier to pull on over boots, improved storm flap along jacket zipper and a nice webbed belt for the pants.I had a chance to test the HTs during a 4-hour driving rain and was looking forward to a nice, dry trip. First, I ride a naked Suzuki Bandit so I get the full onslaught of what Mother Nature throws at me. Expecting to laugh in her face, I gladly donned my new HT suit and headed out, looking forward to my dry arrival. Unfortunately, this was not the case at all. Within thirty minutes I noticed that my knees were feeling a bit damp and as if my street pants underneath were sticking to my legs. After 45 minutes I pulled over and to my dismay found that my pants were WET from cuff to knee. Not sure if water leaked directly through the knees or from the cuffs. There is a good means for water to soak the bottoms of your pants because of the aforementioned zipper and Velcro flap that makes it easy to get over boots. Also, the suit had leaked around my right pocket area. And finally, water had found its way past the storm flap of the HT jacket, through my leather riding jacket and had made a nice, comfortable home on the front of my t-shirt.After suffering for two damp hours, I stopped at a laundromat to dry my wet pants and socks. I also threw the rainsuit in the dryer, which I learned too late was a mistake. The heat of the dryer caused the suit to shrink in ALL dimensions and came out looking like a cross between a raisin and an accordion. The pants had shrunk at least 8 inches in length and 2-4 inches in circumference. The jacket was at least a size smaller and very tight. It was then that I noticed the tag reminding the owner to not heat dry.The remaining two-hour ride home was miserable, with rain filling my boots due to the lack of coverage by the pants, my street pants were soaked and my leather jacket was saturated with water. The Toggs went directly in the trash can, as they were ruined by the dryer. Had I not made the error of drying them, I would have still been very disappointed and spent more money trying to make them perform as advertised spray on waterproofing I dunno.Worthless product and a loss of 77. Not recommended. Maybe if you had a cycle with a windshield and fairing you'd stay drier, but shouldn't this product perform without the need for protection from the rain
Frogg Toggs Size Chart
Sleeve: Measure from the back of your neck, horizontally across the top of the shoulder and down the outside of your arm
Chest: Measure around the fullest part of your chest
Waist: Measure around your natural waistline
Inseam: Measure the inside of the leg from crotch to ankle, or to the length where you want your hem to fall
|S||38 - 40"||30 - 34"||35.5"||30"||4'8" - 5'4"||under 120 lbs|
|M||42 - 44"||34 - 38"||36.5"||31.5"||5'2" - 5'10"||120 - 150 lbs|
|L||46 - 48"||38 - 42"||37.5"||33"||5'6" - 6'3"||150 - 190 lbs|
|XL||50 - 52"||42 - 46"||38.5"||34"||5'10" - 6'5"||190 - 230 lbs|
|2X||54 - 56"||46 - 50"||39.5"||35"||6'0" - 6'8"||230 - 285 lbs|
|3X||58 - 60"||50 - 54"||40.5"||36"||6'2" - 6'10"||285 - 400 lbs|
|S||32 - 34"||25 - 27"||32.5"||31.5"|
|M||34 - 36.5"||27 - 29.5"||33"||31.5"|
|L||37 - 39.5"||30 - 32.5"||33.5"||31.5|
|XL||40.5 - 43.5"||33 - 35.5"||34"||32"|
|2XL||44.5 - 47.5"||36 - 39.5"||34.5"||32"|
|Frogg Toggs Amphib 5mm Mudd Hogg Rubber Boots Sizing Chart|
|Boot Size||Shoe Size|
|Small / Medium||7-9|
|Medium / Large||9-11|
|Large / X-Large||11-13|
The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.