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marc (atlanta )

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rain boot covers

I've never liked waterproof boots,they are hot and often not really waterproof. So glad to have bought the Nelson-Rigg-100 WPRB Rain Boot Covers. Lightweight, easy on, easier off and about half the price of my old,clumsy Frog Toggs. Took a ride of about 4 hours,about half in moderate rain. Feet stayed dry and no problems with the shifter as that was a main concern. Highly recommended. P.S. They pack small and easily tuck away in corner of my side cases.

Brian (Marco Island )

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SR6000 Rainsuit

Had a tough time with the sizing chart and took a shot and ordered the large.. I'm 6'1" 185 and it fits great . Appears to be decent quality, but I haven't put it to the water test just yet. Great value for the price

Leonard (Doylestown )

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Excellent Rain Gear for the Money Spent

Already used the Rain Gear once. The fit was right on.Stirrup on foot keeps pants from riding up. Snaps on leg keeps pants tight. Jacket with zipper and velcro fits well. Gear was waterproof on my trip and no rain gear damage was detected at all. Excellent value for the money spent. I also have two sets of Nelson-Rigg Saddle Bags for my 2014 Yamaha FZ-09 and my 2007 Suzuki GSF1250S and I love their quality.One set is 8 years old and looks brand new! Buy these for around $30 and you will not be sorry.