FROGG TOGGS mens Ultra-lite2 Waterproof Breathable Protective Rain Suit


  • 100% Polypropylene
  • Imported
  • 0.79" high
  • 3" wide
  • Ultra-Lite2 Rain Suit includes a jacket and pant
  • Made with Frogg Toggs breathable, non-woven fabric that is waterproof, wind-resistant, and lightweight
  • Jacket features an adjustable hood with cord locks and full front zipper with storm flap



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Frogg Toggs Ultra-Lite2 suits are constructed from an ultra-lightweight, waterproof, breathable, nonwoven polypropylene material. The patented bi-laminate technology with "welded" waterproof seams and unmatched sweat-free breathability is a great value in affordable rain wear. The compression packability of this suit allows it to pack down to storage pocket size, and it is perfect for backpacks, stadium seats or golf bags.

  • Item model number: UL12104
  • Date First Available: November 17, 2009
  • ASIN: B088Q95NMJ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,860 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #65 in Men's Fishing Clothing
    • #16 in Men's Outdoor Recreation Raincoats & Jackets

    They fit well - I bought extra large so we would be comfortable in them. We (my daughter and myself) were going on a motorcycle trip, and knew we would hit bad weather sometime during the week.

    Yep - the first night it started to rain, and we put the jackets on. They were perfect! Big enough we could fit our backpacks underneath. We didn't pull the pants out of the saddlebags yet, since we were close to the hotel.

    The next morning, we headed north, and the skies were already brooding, so we put on the pants as well as the jacket. My daughter was sitting behind me, on my bike, and about an hour into the ride, she yelled something. At the first stop she showed me that her pants had ripped in the crotch. These are extra large - more than enough room for us, but when she scooted a bit to find a more comfortable position on the bike, they ripped.

    Not happy with the the pants at all. I bought two pair - mine were okay, but it definitely made her ride very uncomfortable.

    Material feels very cheap - almost like a garbage bag. Can't imagine even brushing up against something and not having it rip open. More aggravating is the fact that the sizing listed on here is completely different that what it shows on the packaging when you receive the item. I am a 38" waist and got the XL because it says on here that the XL is 38" - 42". I figured if I wanted to put these on over clothes, the size would be perfect. I open up the package and see that XL is 42" - 46"!! Even with clothes on, these are falling off of me. Not happy.

    A friend of mine had a Frogg Toggs rain suit several years ago and seemed pretty satisfied. So, when it came time to replace my well-worn rain suit, I thought I’d give them a try.

    I couldn’t be happier! My first experience was a one day fishing trip on the Great Lakes. Air temp was in the 70’s with wind and rain. I found my Frogg Toggs rain suit to be just the ticket!

    Of course it kept me dry, but I was impressed about how comfortable it was. I was dressed in shorts and a short sleeved shirt. Not sure how they do it, but I did not sweat the way most rain suits make me do.

    Sizing is very generous and I highly recommend checking the FroggToggs for website for sizing. I would have ordered a size too big.

    And you simply cannot beat the price!

    Front zipper leaked like a sieve. Front of my shirt got wet during light to medium rain. Useless for hiking in a just as wet from sweat as I would have from the rain. 12 days of misery on high adventure trek at Philmont Scout Ranch during monsoon season.

    Disregard what Philmont says....use a military size poncho. Cooler, plus easy on / easy off. Plus, think about putting on rain pants real quickly when your boots are muddy....doesn't really work.

    This is a lightweight rain suit. If you want something that is going to last for years, you'll need to spend more. It will tear if it gets caught on something or if you pull on it too hard. The ankles are not elasticized, but you can easily tuck them into boots so that isn't a big priority. If you aren't wearying boots, you can use blue painters tape to taper the legs at your ankles to keep out splashes.

    The material isn't heavy, hot, rubbery or slick, though, so it is perfect for some uses. We found this was the perfect weight for late spring/warm weather. I wasn't overheated and it kept me perfectly dry in rain and splashes. I wore this when rafting and it kept me pretty dry even in direct white water splashes--I didn't get wet until I fell into the bottom of the raft/wash with several inches of water and water soaked in around the leg openings! It dried off very quickly in the sun, I just made sure I flipped it and turned it inside out to get it completely dry. Other people on the boat got wet and cold and were shivering, but the rain suits kept us dry enough to stay warm and enjoy ourselves.

    These have some very nice details, such as a covered zipper and strings in the hood which keep it snug over my ball cap to keep water off of my face. The wrists are elasticized and work well. I wish I had known about these rain suits 12 years ago; I have suffered through years of shivering through rainy/windy soccer games when I could have been snugly (and smugly) dry!

    Sizing is Men's: M fit my 5'6" daughter very well. She can wear a M guys t-shirt. I had to get an XL for the waist size, but the material is easy to fold and cut so I just trimmed the legs and made an inside hem with duct tape. Perfect!

    Bought a set of these rain suits for every family member (5 total). We used two suits for the first time and the crotch ripped out of them within 30 mins of being put on! After inspecting the jackets I noticed small tears in them as well.
    Pretty sure the only reason the other 3 are still good is because they haven't actually been used. I used to LOVE Frogg Toggs and still have 1 great rain suit from several years ago but now it appears they've cheapened their products to maximize profits. AVOID THIS PRODUCT!!! I will be looking elsewhere for my rain gear now.

    Bought this for a fifty mile backpacking trek. It rained on the third morning, so I put it on for the first time. As soon as I bend over to put on the pack, it split in the crotch, practically ripping them in half. No they weren't too tight. In fact they were too large which meant they snagged a lot. Of course every time that happened they ripped again. The bottom got so bad on on one side I had to hack off the bottom of the leg to prevent tripping. If two days with a wet crotch wasn't bad enough, the final insult was when I wrote to the company and both emails were ignored. They were lightweight and I didnt expect them to be extra durable, but I also didnt expect them to be worthless in the first 30 seconds of use.

    Great for lightweight breathable waterproof rain suit but not for in the woods. Very thin and tears fairly easy. Might buy another one just to have on hand because of compactness but do not recommend for any task where you’ll be brushing up against anything sharp or abrasive. This is light duty only.

    Excellent for the money!
    Very waterproof and extremely breathable, perfect for hiking etc!!
    Fits big so could have got a smaller one but it's so you can layer up with down jackets etc

    Ideal as a lightweight backup just in case it rains.

    I’m 6’ tall, 180 lbs.
    Fits loose enough that no worries about tears.
    Totally waterproof.
    If you are a bikers you already know to use Velcro ankle straps to stop the 60mph water from creeping in.
    Highly recommend

    Tal vez no sea el único, pero en estos casos (hablando de prendas) siempre leo el mayor número de reseñas posibles para dar con la talla más acertada. El parte superior me queda grande pero es conveniente, al menos en mi caso, porque puedo traer una mochila de buen tamaño debajo del impermeable y andar sin problemas; el pantalón, por otra parte, es gigantesco. Casi siempre uso el conjunto con botas para lluvia y de ese modo no se aprecia tanto el tamaño exagerado de la parte inferior, pero sí es excesivamente grande. El material es muy sencillo así que hay que tener cuidado de no rasgarlo, pero sí cumple su objetivo con creces. Lo recomiendo.

    I used the rain coat for a backpacking trip a week ago. Jacket is very lightweight and packable and maybe a bit breathable (made of the dollar-store table cloth plastic stuff but without the fuzz on the back), but be very careful with the seams, it is easy to rip. There was an instance where I had my pack on and pulled at the jacket so it could be more comfy, and in the process I created an armpit air vent. Good rain gear, kept the rain out.

    Breathable lightweight but durability not the best. After a few hours of use the pants developed a hole in the butt. Careful in the woods with them.

    I bought these for riding on a recommendation. Worst thing i did. Do not buy them. First time I wore it for 30 minutes and the heat from the exhaust pipe melted the leg. They may be good for back packing but not anything near heat. Don’t waste your money.

    La relacion precio calidad es muy buena las tallas vienen bastante amplias pero el material del producto es de buena calidad

    The durability is in question time will tell. Finally an affordable rain suit that I am not sweating in, and it packs up nice and tire got storage on my ATV

    Got this and it was like paper. There was a tear in the pants when I took it out of the package. Sent it back right away. Don't waste your money.

    XL is maybe a little baggy but i like the extra protection?

    decent quality for the price, I am happy.

    As expected, thank you!

    Great product and nice and light,plus you don't sweat in it

    So far so good. Kept me dry in a major downpour!