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Jan S
Frogg Toggs on 03/11/2013 08:32:44 MDT Print View

For a trip in summer to Corsica I decided that I can ditch my Gore ProShell rainjacket and use something lighter. From what I've seen Frogg Toggs are about the lightest and cheapest option available. Unfortunately hard to get in Europe or Germany (where most people think stuff like that is a joke anyway for the serious outdoor person – not sure if they're too cheap or if they all do serious climbing in the Alps).

I managed to find one set ( It's in M and I usually would wear L in a jacket. I'm 1.86 m and slim to normal. Does anyone have experience with sizing on these things?

Edited by karl-ton on 03/11/2013 08:42:36 MDT.

Ben Crocker
(alexdrewreed) - M

Locale: Kentucky
Frogg Toggs on 03/11/2013 08:36:06 MDT Print View

They tend to be baggy in the body but the sleeves are not overly-long. I suspect you'd fit in it. Your sleeves might be up your wrists a bit, though.