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    Crotch strap or zip?

    Just changed my gore tex kit. My new to me jacket doesnt have a connecting zip for the trousers just the crotch strap.

    Is the sufficient to keep the wet and cold out?

    Who uses what and why??

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    Panty pad - GPWP!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratbiker View Post
    Just changed my gore tex kit. My new to me jacket doesnt have a connecting zip for the trousers just the crotch strap.

    Is the sufficient to keep the wet and cold out?

    Who uses what and why??
    http://www.jaycotts.co.uk/acatalog/_..._Open_end.html

    And get the wife or whever to sow one in, I have done this works great for M/cycle pants and jackets

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    Been using Hein Geriche kit for years and they have the crotch strap, find it keeps the draughts out and no issue with rain.......

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