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foul weather jacket for boat

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can you guys recommend a foul weather jacket for the boat with neoprene sleeves, going to buy one in a week or two when i get paid. not looking to break the bank, durable and comfortable

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For cold or warm weather? Stormr has great jackets for cold weather. Grundens and Guy Cotton have pullovers and jackets for warm weather. They're all pricy, but they will last a long time. Have my Grundens top now for 6 years. Remember cheap is expensive.

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I use Bass Pro "Pro qualifier" jacket and bibs. they are gortex with lots of waterproof zippers, neoprene cuffs, etc. I use them in warm or cold weather. Just layer fleece under them in cold weather.

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the stormr looks good but pricey. I had the typhoon but just sold it to raise the rest of the money for a trip south on monday. I just saw the grundens sund 763 online and it looks like it might fit the bill. I went to a local b&t tried the stryker on and a grundens briggs.... Stryker I'm having a tuff time justifying the money, briggs was nice but id like a little more mover ability. I have a set of hercules bibs that are a bit big for me ill be using also. I want to do some togging this winter in my small CC on the right days so I want to be warm as possible lol don't have an enclosure yet

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Durable, comfortable, and warm is going to be tough on a low budget. Can't go wrong with anything grundens or guy cotton if money doesn't matter.

 

Take a look at the Helly Hensen anorak pull over. They're like 60 bucks and totally waterproof and very comfortable. Only issue is not very warm but you can layer up.

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