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Bobby P.

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I use a rain suit from Cabelas that has Dry-Plus that works great. I have been out there for hours in constant rain and never got wet. Each piece packs in a stuff pack the size of a soda can and it sells for around $60.00 for top and 60.00 for bottoms. It is lightweight stuff so it would not hold up very to walking through a bair thicket.

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The Bass Pro 100 mph is very good gear. Also, the Grunden's foul weather gear is great, very durable, and less expensive. PC

Cheers. PC

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I purchased the BPS 100 MPH for my wife for Christmas. They keep you warm and dry. I hope the weather warms up soon as I am spending way too much time on the forums!

Tim Carpenter

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Spending that kind of money. Try the stuff on. Don't order it on the net or phone. I drove all the way to KC to try Cabela's Guide Wear because a friend recommended it. For some reason it did not fit my body at all. So I went back to Spfld and tried on the 100 mph. It fit a lot better on my misshappened body. ;)

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Spending that kind of money. Try the stuff on. Don't order it on the net or phone. I drove all the way to KC to try Cabela's Guide Wear because a friend recommended it. For some reason it did not fit my body at all. So I went back to Spfld and tried on the 100 mph. It fit a lot better on my misshappened body. ;)

100 mph is the SHIZ NIT!

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