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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Newguy25, Sep 13, 2008.
Anybody have any suggestions on what they use?? Or recommend. Thanks
I keep a Whirlpool dryer installed on my trailer that runs off my generator....I just keep extra clothes and dry them when needed.
The human skin serves me quite well, worst part is getting in the truck afterwards
but then I don't usually get soaked every day either.
I usually go out and play in it. Kinda like making a snow angel except in the rain.
Frogg Toggs for me, but they still don't let much air in. Haven't tried the top dollar stuff that Bass Pro sells, because they're too pricy for me.
We have employees bring their own rain wear. We do however purchase an Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero for every new employee. They cost $50 but keeps the rain off the face and from running down your neck and back. The guys rave about them. They come in most colors to match your crew and have a gore tex lining. I've had mine for 18 years and it works as good as the day I bought it.
o.r. sombrero's, they are nice.