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    Dropstoppers

    Just bought a set of Dropstoppers from this guy on e-bay. I've bought a Frogg Togg top before and quality was great. Nice price for top and bottom. $16.49 total. They weigh in at combined 10 ounces.
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    I have a set of Dropstoppers. I like them, but they won't take much abuse. I think they look better than Frogg Toggs.

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    I bring the pants and some duct tape, usually. I brought the top before I got a Packa...I was pretty impressed for the price. You can buy 2-3 sets and still be cheaper then most raingear sets.
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