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Sprayway Walking Rainpant (2014)

£60.00

Sprayway Walking Rainpants are slightly better than some lower-priced options as they have a mesh lining to improve comfort. The fabric is Sprayway’s HydroDry, which can’t boast the same lab test results for breathability as higher-priced trousers, but thanks to that mesh lining it’s a good, comfortable option if you’re on a budget. In terms of design you get an ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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Sprayway Santiago/Atlanta Rainpant (2013)

£40.00

The addition of a lining makes low-priced overtrousers far more comfortable, and this means the Sprayway Santiago/Atlanta Rainpant is a good option for those with limited funds. The trouser benefits from a calf-length zip so it can more easily be put on without removing boots, although this is still not as easy as when the trouser has a full-length zip ...

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Sprayway Hydrolite

£60.00

These are rugged, cleanly designed bad-weather trousers. The Hydrolite fabric is waterproof, with good breathability levels and the huge side zips offer such cracking venting that you never need sweat in them. The zips extend about four-fifths of the way up the leg and make them a doddle to get into. Although exposed, they do have an internal storm flap ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Sprayway Arista 2010

£100.00

Cut quite loose to fit over bulky walking trousers, the Aristas also have articulated knees. The ankles are tapered, with a Velcro flap to adjust the way they fit over the boot. There’s a soft fleece lining on the waistband which feels great against the skin, and is especially welcome for cold fingers when you’re pulling them on in a ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
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Sprayway Hydrolite

£50.00

These waterproof trousers from Sprayway are baggy, but still a decent fit. Good length with elastic/drawcord waist adjustment. The soft, rustle-free Hydrolite fabric stretches slightly, making for easy movement. Excellent waterproofness and breathability. The rugged fabric will also take a few scrapes. The long two-way zips are good, but trousers are a little heavy and bulky.   Colour: BlackSizes: S-XXL ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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Sprayway Mountain Rain Pants

£100.00

These waterproof overtrousers have some nice ‘different’ features. They are unusual in having a stuffsack for easy packing. They are constructed from a bombproof, highly breathable fabric. The waist is not only elasticated with an easy-to-use drawcord, but it’s also fleece-lined for extra comfort. They have knee-length side zips which make them easier to get on than those with only ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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Sprayway Walking Rainpant

£50.00

These waterproof trousers from Sprayway have impressive tough ripstop polyester fabric, which doesn’t feel as ‘plastic’ as some. They fit well, thanks to a shock cord waist adjuster, which is, however, a little more difficult to secure than some. These lined trousers are among the heaviest and warmest around, but they breathe well and keep water out. They have gusseted ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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