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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Grott, May 21, 2008.
When you have to be out in the rain, what do you wear?
nylon mesh shorts and sleeveless t-shirt. oldest sneakers i got.
keeps the water weight down. the sooner i get my stuff done in the rain, the sooner i can quit worrying about what to wear.
flip flops and a large umbrella resting on my head, I look like an idiot but it works.
I have a raincoat that I bought at the Rei for like 110 bucks. It is very breethable even at a downpoor at 100% humidity and 95 degrees out side. It is well worth it I also have some pants that slide over your jeans.
Cheap raincoat and maybe pants if it's pouring.
A $27 rain suit from Wal-Mart.
You are soaked with sweat but you can mow in the pouring rain! I had to do it yesterday.
a golf umbrella slide into a pvc pipe, that is clamped to my mower frame.
Thought a bout converting an old rider mower 'cabin' to outfit the z
I put on my stihl full face shield on made for cutting tree's down,ive rigged it with one 10 inch wiper blade. Takes 3 double a batteries.
Grundens Rain Gear as it is the best.
It is what Commercial Fishermen use and I use it for Fishing as well.
I have two sets one is very heavy and one is lightweight.
I typically use the lightweight for mowing.
Bullet proof rubber rain gear. Heavy duty. Hoodless rain coat w/sou'wester rain hat and bib rain pants finished off with a pair of gumboots. When it rains here it usually rains for at least a couple days and usually more like a couple weeks... in a row. Spring and fall are the worst for the amount of precip and the condition of it. Cold, persistant rain for days on end. I think it finally coming to an end.
*Looked out the window, nope, still raining.