I thought this topic would be best in here as livestock farmers seem to spend the most time in the wet! I'm sheep farming and spend most of the day on a quad so keeping dry is a must! I've tried flexothane years ago and can only get a couple of days wearing them before I get wet through. I've had Hoggs (meant to be the best of the range) and 2 pairs ripped within a week and the third set started to tear but were already leaking by this point. Delamere only seem to last a month before your wet on the inside! What do other people use? I'm contemplating on Guy Cotten's trawlers range of clothing! Flexibility doesn't have to be as good as flexothane. I'd rather be dry than 100% comfortable. Any other make of waterproof that are really worth trying? Also looking at Army surplus clothing as I have had a coat for 12 years that has been perfect except for the zip has gone! I've attached a picture below of this awesome coat which has last and is waterproof!