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    rain pants-- whatcha like?

    similar to the other thread. what rain pants to you own and like? for shortish (under and hour) commutes.
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    Showers Pass Roadie Pants. Only ones I've found that won't make you sweat like a sauna underneath.
    That said, they are *not* 100% waterproof.
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    Rain cape.
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    Fenders and tights and booties. Never bothered with rain pants.

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    I have a pair of Nashbar rain pants that use Gore. They have vented knees with over flaps, zippered ankles with Velcro wrap straps. I bought them on a whim about 10 years ago, they are one of the best purchases I have made.
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    drought for the win
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    Love a good drought!
    It is pretty much safe to assume I have no idea what I'm doing and that I need more fixing than my bike!

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    thread drift?

    rain pants? waterproof SierraDesigns...cost about $25 on SteepandCheap a few years back. I wear them maybe twice a year riding. They're more of a backpacking thing.
    neo. booties and leg warmers for me generally (with MTB shorts for style), although showing up to work soakin' wet can be tough for some.
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