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For those that are looking for the Frogg Toggs over boots, they usually run around $67-$70.

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At this fishing gear site, they are selling for $45 with free shipping!

http://www.fishusa.com/product/Frogg-To ... s-Overshoe

Here are Motorcycle stores selling the same thing for double the price: :hihihi:

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/17 ... eggs-boots

http://www.jafrum.com/Shop-By-Brand/Fro ... t-Leggings

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/frog ... t-leggings

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Sweet! Always looking to save $$$

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Wear them inside the rain pants. Your feet will stay drier.

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Wear them inside the rain pants. Your feet will stay drier.

Yep, that is the plan!

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The medium/large is on backorder and will not come in till after Aug 1

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These just came in the mail today! Boy, I am impressed! :Egyptian:

These things are real nice and fit like a champ! I am not wearing boots, but kind of of a sneaker/shoe that is fairly flat on the bottom. There are 9 1/2 and the overboots ordered are the small/medium and the shoe fits right in nicely. To boot(no pun intended) they come in a Frogg Togg storage bag the same as the rain gear did. Pics coming.

Next step is to see how dry my feet stay, but the way these fit, I doubt my feet will be getting wet!

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Well I ordered the small boots which were in stock--fits 7-9. I figured they would be too small and have to return them. They came in the mail today. Well my Red Wing boots size 9 fit like a glove. I can't imagine how the mediums would have fit. Now, all the rain I expect to ride in, on my trip up north will not destroy my leather boots.

Glad you posted this for all of us to see.
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I bought a pair as well...I wear size 7 boot, so ordered the smallest one. The tag said small/med, but the bottom of the boot says medium. I put them on tonight when they showed up, and probably have a good 3" of toe room! They are easy to get on, just hope I can get them snugged down enough to shift!

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You must have a lot of room. I got the same as you and my boot is a 9 and I still have a little room but is snug.

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Pretty sure I can fold up the toe, and tuck it under the cinch strap! :)

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I bought a pair as well...I wear size 7 boot, so ordered the smallest one. The tag said small/med, but the bottom of the boot says medium. I put them on tonight when they showed up, and probably have a good 3" of toe room! They are easy to get on, just hope I can get them snugged down enough to shift!

So little understanding! :smilie_happy: :hihihi:

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