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    Default 3/4 Length rain coat?

    Since HH has quit making their 3/4 rain (guide) coat, does anyone know of an other 3/4 lenght rain coat that would make a good replacement? Thanks.

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    Barneys has a 3/4 length coat, by CoolDry if I am not mistaken. Good quality, but too noisy in the moose brush.

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    Thanks! I'll try to give Bob a call and see what he has.

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    Marc at the Wiggy's store sells some type of cagoule or anorak that might work for you.

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    I saw a Columbia rain coat at Fred Meyers that was made of a material similar to the Impertech. Rubbery and kind of stretchy. It looked pretty nice and was 3/4 length.
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    I think this is the one that Barney's has.

    http://www.kooldrirainwear.com/parka.asp

    It should do what I want. Anyone ever used the Kool-dri before? Is it truely waterproof?

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    I use the Kooldri backpack cover that Bob sells, it is totally waterproof, great material, and fairly lightweight.

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    HODGMAN!!! least they used to make them, not sure if they still do but they were the best, i still use teh same one i started guiding with 10 years ago, tough as nails and tough as nails...WOW!
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