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David Poston
(dgposton) - F - M

Locale: Texas / Colorado
Where to get Driducks? on 06/12/2009 21:57:48 MDT Print View

I noticed that BPL is out of these?

I ordered a pair last year and am looking for another. These are the ones that weigh around 10-12 oz for the set. My pants in size small weigh 3.8 oz.

I was wondering if these are the same thing:

http://www.joessportinggoods.us/frto2dridura.html

Kathleen B
(rosierabbit) - M

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Source for Driducks on 06/12/2009 23:12:45 MDT Print View

FroggToggs sells driducks in 4 colors and 5 sizes for about $17, including shipping.

http://www.froggtoggsraingear.com/DriDucks.shtm

Edited by rosierabbit on 06/12/2009 23:14:03 MDT.

Phil Barton
(flyfast) - MLife

Locale: Oklahoma
Re: Driducks on 06/13/2009 07:36:50 MDT Print View

http://www.glensarmynavystore.com/frtodrullira.html

$11.99. Bought a set there last month. Delivery in 3-4 days.

Mark Bishop
(mark_b) - MLife

Locale: Northwest (WA)
Source for Driducks on 06/13/2009 08:06:51 MDT Print View

Cabellas is another source. By the way, these really run on the large size.

Stephen Bodiya
(stephen@bodiya.com) - F

Locale: Michigan
Re: Where to get Driducks on 06/13/2009 10:16:56 MDT Print View

I've picked up a few pairs at Dicks Sporting Goods stores for about $15 each.

Ken Charpie
(kencharpie) - MLife

Locale: Western Oregon
Frogg Toggs Website on 11/24/2009 11:55:17 MST Print View

I bought a DriDucks TrailPak suit from the Frogg Toggs website. Couldn't find that product locally and I was in a rush to get them for a hike on the Oregon Coast.

The first suit they sent me contained two bottoms and no top. I contacted customer service and they promptly (2 days UPS) sent me another suit. They didn't request the first package sent back, either... so I ended up with three bottoms and one top for the price of one suit. : )

I posted my thoughts on the product in the DriDucks review thread.

Edited by kencharpie on 11/24/2009 11:57:37 MST.

Dave U
(FamilyGuy) - F

Locale: Rockies
Where to get Driducks? on 11/24/2009 12:24:06 MST Print View

Any local landfill?

Nathan Baker
(Slvravn) - MLife

Locale: East Coast - Mid Atlantic
Re: Where to get Driducks? on 11/24/2009 12:32:38 MST Print View

Glen's Army Navy has them for $10.75 a pair + S&H.

David - Driducks aren't that bad if you take care of them. They can last a season or more if you treat them right.

Edited by Slvravn on 11/24/2009 12:34:30 MST.

James Patsalides
(james@patsalides.com) - MLife

Locale: New England
RE: Where to get Driducks? on 11/24/2009 12:32:43 MST Print View

Both my local Sports Authority and Dick's Sporting Goods had them in their camping sections in the fall. I saw them in Sports Authority just last week on clearance at ~$11, but only in brown!

I also found a set of blue tyvek painter's overalls last week in my local Home Depot for $9. Haven't tried them out yet, but they are even lighter than the driducks - 7oz for the whole suit versus 6oz each piece... ;-)

James Naphas
(naphas13) - MLife

Locale: SoCal
Painters coveralls on 11/24/2009 20:51:49 MST Print View

It weighs less, but works much worse. Suggest you try it out in the shower before you take it out on the trail. The ones I tried were barely water resistant.

David Wills
(willspower3) - F
Re: Where to get Driducks? on 11/24/2009 21:42:46 MST Print View

http://www.thegearlessmachine.com/dridura1.html

They have drop stoppers (same thing) for $15 free shipping, or dri ducks for $3 more.