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  • clothing help

    The time has come to get some new clothing. My question is whats on the market that will last more than 1 winter. Im not sure I can stretch to Halkon Hunt gear so for now i will rule that one out.

  • #2
    preston for m8. i have got preston had it 3 years how lovely dry & warm.

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    • #3
      Protak gear is made from similar stuff to gortex but about a 1/3rd of the price you can Google protak
      A bad days fishing is better than a good day at work?????:p:eek:[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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      • #4
        Originally posted by steve200 View Post
        The time has come to get some new clothing. My question is whats on the market that will last more than 1 winter. Im not sure I can stretch to Halkon Hunt gear so for now i will rule that one out.
        i,ve got a sensas goretex bib and brace for sale excellent condition. size large.
        Team GB rug munching champion.

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        • #5
          Protak all the way, 100% waterproof plus you can get it lined or unlined. Fantastic customer service too

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          • #6
            after 2.5 years of trying to find some decent gear to do what its supposed to finally listened to what i was being told and got some protak gear - now I just smile when it rains!!

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            • #7
              Gore tex just pay a little more and it will last ages

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              • #8
                Another vote for Protak, took the time on the phone to get me sorted.
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                • #9
                  gor tex

                  mate if i was you i would hang on until you have saved up and buy h&h gortex nothing will touch it its the best bit of kit you will buy. i also have a pro tek and must admit its not bad at all. but if you are in a position that you need to buy now and cant aford gortex then go for pro tak you wont be disapointed.........

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                  • #10
                    sent a pm yamma

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                    • #11
                      protak

                      for £125 you can get protak bib n brace and pole jacket in a range of different colours and trim , made to measure ,you can have your name / club etc stiched on it , it is top notch gear and everyone who owns a set will tell you , my new set is ready picking it up tomorrow ,

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                      • #12
                        Protak,
                        You can find my initial thoughts on their TR Design kit HERE.
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                        • #13
                          pete that's what I call a good down to earth honest report.

                          I fished for a match group 15 years ago and we had Protac gear. They didn't have the stuff then that they have now but the stuff they used was excellent.Never let me down and I wore it for 8/9 yearsgot a little larger as we do with age, I gave the jacket away to one my club members a couple off months ago and its serving him well.Myself are now in the position pete was in so it looks like Protac again.

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                          • #14
                            thanks for the help guys, im currently awaiting my team sponsors to get back to me on clothing but if I have to wait much longer I may as well try the protak.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by steve200 View Post
                              thanks for the help guys, im currently awaiting my team sponsors to get back to me on clothing but if I have to wait much longer I may as well try the protak.
                              Steve A set of PROTAC with a fleece all in one romper suit underneath all for under £150 is a no no brainer mate cant be beat unless u can afford the silly money stuff !!!
                              MR. BLUE SKY

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