/ Waterproof overtrousers

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Dave the Rave 07 Nov 2019

Can anyone recommend me some new waterproof overtrousers please?

Used for all seasons and don’t mind them being a bit heavy in the summer. I’ve currently got Marmot Precip i think but these are now defunct.

i don’t really want to pay more than £100.

They must have at least half length zips.

thanks

dave

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BillSmithson 07 Nov 2019
In reply to Dave the Rave:

Paramo cascada. Marmite I know, but they have kept me dry on many a day of foul weather Even today when Hebden was cut off from the West due to flooding. That's about the 5th 'once in a generation' occurrance since 2003. They work, though some will find them too warm.

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Wanderlust 07 Nov 2019
In reply to Dave the Rave:

I got some Berghaus deluge trousers at least a year ago after hearing good things on here.

No complaints so far. I paid £40.

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girlymonkey 07 Nov 2019
In reply to Dave the Rave:

I use both of the above suggestions and get on very well with both.

Berghaus much cheaper, and I usually go through about a pair per year, but I work in the hills so in them day in, day out. Paramo are pricier, but repairable. (Repairs are not free, but are good quality)

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shuffle 07 Nov 2019
In reply to Dave the Rave:

If you go for Paramo, it's worth looking on their eBay seconds store. Some good bargains to be had!

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DaveHK 08 Nov 2019
In reply to BillSmithson:

> They work.

Unless you lean against something. Or go out in the rain.

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Dave the Rave 08 Nov 2019
In reply to girlymonkey:

Thanks all.

ill have a look at the berghaus. Paramo is a bit warm for me.

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Toerag 09 Nov 2019
In reply to Dave the Rave:

I've a pair of VauDe ones with full length zips made from their Ceplex fabric, they've been good for hiking in.

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