The Vegetato Camouflage Wet Weather Suit by Mil-Tec is a two-piece suit designed to keep you dry in rainy weather. This suit is made from a material that features the Italian army Vegetato camouflage pattern to give it a unique style. You can easily store this rain suit in your bag, the trunk of your car, or at your shop so that you will always be prepared for bad weather.
The Vegetato Camouflage Wet Weather Suit is a factory new product that has been designed to protect you from heavy rain. These suits can best be described as rain suits, which anyone who has worked outdoors will know are essential. Rain suits like these consist of two parts, the pants and jacket which when worn properly will provide complete coverage from the rain.
When the weather starts to turn, you can quickly don this suit over your existing clothes. The jacket easily zips up and has an integrated hood and two pockets which will easily cover your upper body. The pants have pass through pockets allowing you to easily retrieve or store your important items into your pants pockets to ensure they are safe from the bad weather.
Perfect for weather protection whilst fishing with good camouflage
well worth the price
I got this to serve as an emergency rain suit, to stash in the car or "Get-Home Bag." The suit is vinyl, so of course it isn't breathable, but it does have a ventilation vent on the inside of the jacket (near the neck area) to alleviate some of the problems you will have with expiration. The pants have reach-through pockets on each side to allow you access to your pants underneath the suit. The suit is well made. I wouldn't wear this if you are doing anything strenuous, but for fishing trips, sitting around camp. or casual walking around? This will do the trick. Plus it comes with a nice storage bag. Drawstring on the bottom of the jacket and hood. Pants have an elastic band, but no drawstring. Both snaps and zipper on the jacket and snaps to secure the bottoms of the rain pants.
Winter Can Be Wet
It drives me nuts that really good winter coats are usually not the slightest bit waterproof. Get a little wet snow and you are screwed. So I bought this suit in 3XL to go over my winter duds when needed, and it works well. I gave it a 5 for quality as the vinyl is thicker than you would expect so it won't tear on the first little branch you run into. Does it breathe? Of course not. Nothing breathes for me so I might as well save my money by not buying "breathable" stuff. Wet snow driven by wind-- Bring it on!