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Would like to get your feedback.

Looking for high visability, safety yellow, orange, lime green
Pant legs open above the knee for easy on/off
Good adjustable tight fit for keeping out wind & rain
Burn resistant
Thanks BR/Xcountry
 

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Would like to get your feedback.

Looking for high visability, safety yellow, orange, lime green
Pant legs open above the knee for easy on/off
Good adjustable tight fit for keeping out wind & rain
Burn resistant
Thanks BR/Xcountry
I didn't go with the safety color one...but HD makes a fine Goretex/cordura rain suit...All I had to do was put some NICE VICTORY patches over the HD logos...Great rain gear but doesn't breath very well...If your riding it's ok but if you have to walk in it, it's a one man sauna suit!!
 

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I also have a set of Frog Togs. They are great. You can wad them up into a very small ball if needed. The ones I have also have some reflective material on them. (Not sure if they all do)
 

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Ive found that the Frog Togs are the best buy for the money. They can make you look like the Michelin Man if you don't get the right size, but they will keep you warmer in high elevations & cooler in the desert heat and of coarse dry on a rainy day.
 

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Aerostich Darrian - not really rain gear but a riding suit with armour.

It's pricey but kept me dry for over ten hours of heavy rain.
 

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My wife and I use rain gear from motodirect.com. Been in some real gully washers on our way to Myrtle Beach from NY. I keep mine in my saddle bags all the time. Has reflective piping, and burn guards on the inside legs. The whole suit cost around $45.
 
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