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Where to buy driducks these days?
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Josiah Vandervelde

Locale: Florida
Where to buy driducks these days? on 04/03/2013 13:13:48 MDT Print View

I'm looking to buy a some of ultralite driducks. Where is the best place to look these days? Ebay looks like about $26 is that the cheapest I'll find them?

G Sticks

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
Amazon on 04/03/2013 13:20:02 MDT Print View

I'm no expert but from what I've read on here FroggToggs owns DriDucks now, or vice versa. Anyway if you search on Amazon for "froggtoggs" about 6 choices down "bi-laminate rain suit" is listed. That appears to be the right thing.

I just bought my own set today and the price was comparable to what you saw on eBay. Depending on the color and the vendor I think you may be able to do a bit better. I have Amazon Prime though so I don't look at shipping on a lot of things.

G Sticks

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
i just checked... on 04/03/2013 13:21:47 MDT Print View

I bought Khaki in Medium and paid $23.48 including shipping from Ramsey Outdoor (on Amazon)

Romel Jacinto
(Roaming_Romel) - F

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area on 04/03/2013 14:39:47 MDT Print View

I bought my rain suit last week for $19.99, free shipping and no tax.

frog toggs on 04/03/2013 15:47:56 MDT Print View


This is the distributor, free shipping, fast shipping, $19.99, all sizes and colors.

Edited by livingontheroad on 04/03/2013 15:48:48 MDT.

Brandon Guy
(brucky) - F

Locale: Central Cal
Re: Where to buy driducks these days? on 04/03/2013 18:39:39 MDT Print View

I got mine at big 5 if you have one nearby. Also my Walmart carries frogg togg brand rain suits heavier and tougher looking than normal DRI ducks.

Jason G
(JasonG) - F

Locale: iceberg lake
ebay on 04/03/2013 22:00:18 MDT Print View

I got a suit off eBay couple months ago for $4.99! no one else bid.. stoked

G Sticks

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
Re: frog toggs on 04/04/2013 06:12:06 MDT Print View

yeahhhh...i canceled my Amazon order and I'm buying from instead. THANKS

Steven Adeff
(TinCanFury) - F

Locale: Boston
and the ultimae question, to downsize or not... on 04/07/2013 05:04:28 MDT Print View

I hear they run "large", so do people get one size down or should I stick with my specific height/weight from their sizing chart?

Ike Jutkowitz
(Ike) - M

Locale: Central Michigan
re: driducks on 04/07/2013 06:49:20 MDT Print View

For the ultralight 2 definitely size down. I wear a medium everything. The size small driducks fits me with plenty of room for layering.

Driducks are awesome. With all the talk lately about $200 and $300 7 oz rainjackets, it almost seems like a great secret that these gems breathe as well, last as long, weigh less, and cost less than $20. I just relegated my 3 year old one to my Alaska gear box and bought a new one.

The pant are crap but can be used to make a functional rain skirt.

Kevin Schneringer
(Slammer) - MLife

Locale: Oklahoma Flat Lands
Driducks save Bucks! on 04/07/2013 07:30:04 MDT Print View

I agree with Ike size down and cut of the pants for Manpri's or make a kilt. Best $19.95 I spent this summer
I learned this on an earlier post and found it true- use Tyvek tape(if you have) works better than duck tape. Duck tape isn't to shabby though.

Steven Adeff
(TinCanFury) - F

Locale: Boston vs offering differences? on 04/17/2013 10:05:22 MDT Print View

amazon has, as mentioned above, the "Ultra - light 2 Suit", but I don't see anything along those lines at the froggtogg site, which shows a bunch of different "products" part of which is their "driducks" product.

Are these the same? is the "Ultra - light 2" an older model?

Also, anyone try their new waterproof hats?


Derek Kind
Ultra-Lite on 04/17/2013 13:33:17 MDT Print View

I wondered the same, until I saw this rather small text above the first photo on the DriDucks page:

"Frogg Toggs DriDucks Ultra-Lite 2™ Rain Gear"

So I assume these are the ones, yes. :)

Steven Adeff
(TinCanFury) - F

Locale: Boston
Re: Ultra-Lite on 04/17/2013 13:36:15 MDT Print View

doh! first rule, always click through...

Derek Kind
Tough to see on 04/17/2013 13:38:44 MDT Print View

Even so, I went over that page a couple times before I saw that.

Steven Adeff
(TinCanFury) - F

Locale: Boston
Re: Tough to see on 04/17/2013 13:42:29 MDT Print View

true, they don't make it the most obvious.

now, weather to try out their waterproof hat...(pun intended)

Jim W.
(jimqpublic) - MLife

Locale: So-Cal
Driducks sizing? on 06/12/2013 16:56:32 MDT Print View

Sizing question for the $19.99 suits:

I'm 5'10" and weigh about 180. I do fine in a Medium with most jackets and pants (or 34" waist). Do I follow the size chart and go Large, downsize to Medium, or all the way to Small?

Also any thoughts on sizing for my son? He's 5'1" and 90 pounds. Would Small be way too big? They're sold out of the kids suit.


Robin B
(beckcommar) - F

Locale: NorCal
Re: Driducks sizing? on 06/12/2013 17:28:49 MDT Print View

As everyone will tell you, they run very very big. I'd ignore the sizing chart. I wear a size large in most everything and I bought a large set of driducks. They are huge on me. I don't really mind, but I do look pretty hilarious in them. I just bought a size small set for my girlfriend and I can easily fit into it, but I wouldn't be able to layer much. So my guess is that the small will fit you and the medium will give plenty of room for lots of layers underneath. Your son will likely find even the small to be extremely baggy.

Loren B

Locale: London UK, Greenville USA
herzog fishing on 06/12/2013 17:43:21 MDT Print View

Can't really help with your sizing question unfortunately, but have a look here as they are selling some sizes of driducks for $12.22