Frogg Toggs Pro Action Jacket For Women - 2012
- Fully adjustable, tuck-away hood with zip closure
- 1” Elastic waistband
- 1” Wrist bands designed to keep rain out
- Front zipper closure
- Snap shut storm flaps
This rain gear is pre-sized to be worn over motorcycle riding gear so you don’t need to select a size larger than normal. Here is size chart from the manufacturer:
Here are the sizing tips provided by Frogg Toggs for women:
- Women’s Froggs Toggs jackets run small. Most all exchanges/returns on the WOMEN’s jackets are because they are too small
- If you are straddling the fence between two sizes then always go with the LARGER of the two sizes.
Our Advice: After trying on a few sizes, we concur with the advice offered by Frogg Toggs… buy the size jacket you’d normally wear in clothing if you plan to use the rain gear over moderately sized protective riding gear or street clothes. If you are between sizes, then choose the larger especially when choosing a jacket to be worn over a protective motorcycle jacket.
Our Two Cents
The Pro Action jacket and pants by Frogg Togg are a great choice for those needing just the bare basics for the occasional wet weather. The jacket and pants of this model are sold separately, but here is the rundown on both: The jacket and pants are made of the same basic material. They call it DriPore, but to give you the idea, it feels very much like a rip stop shipping envelope (Tyvek material). It feels tough, but they are flexible and should breath a bit better than plastic. The pants are a simple “sweat pant” design with elastic at the waist and ankles. There are a couple short zippers at the bottom of the ankles to help you get them on over boots with minimal fuss. The jacket is about the same story… just a basic shell design with a hoot built into the collar you can use under your helmet to keep water from getting down your neck. There is a storm flap over the front zipper to shield it from water spray. Since this jacket has the same features as the men’s Pro Action jacket, we didn’t photograph the women’s Pro Action. You can take a look at the feature pics we took of the men’s Pro Action jacket by clicking here.