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Best pants for wet/damp weather


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#1 Z1ggy16

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 11:56 AM

Last year I made the mistake of wearing low top golf shoes and my normal slacks in March/April when the courses re-opened. Many of the courses were filled with puddles and/or extremely damp/soggy fairways. By the end of a round my pants/shoes were totally soaked and covered in mud/wetness, and even my socks, ankles.

I'm already thinking about getting some Nike Vapor Storms to cover the shoe aspect, but now I'll need some water proof/resistant pants to match. Upper I'm not as concerned with, I've got that covered already.

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#2 vernon

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 12:34 PM

For the application you describe - and if temperatures are 65 or below I think that Galway Bay is hard to beat.

Great looking waterproof, windproof slacks that also have a fleece lining for added warmth.

I absolutely love mine.

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