Rick is the president and founder of WingStuff.com, Frogg Togg advertises with him and he sells Frogg Toggs. That equals to a positive review. I payed dearly for Frogg Toggs, was caught in a downpour, got soaking wet through the Frogg Toggs. Wore them one day with a threat of rain and sweated profusely. The third time I wore them the zipper broke. Choose wisely.
We purchased 2 of these. The 2nd time I wore mine, the zipper broke. The back-up snaps are REALLY cheap and don't hold if you move. I'm going to attempt to sew Velcro where the snaps are so I don't have to purchase a new one right away. I will consider a higher quality one in the future since it's miserable not being comfortable when its raining while riding.
My son and I have Frog Toggs. I am a geezer glider on a GL1800 and my son rides a VSTAR 1100. I avoid riding in the rain here in Washington state. However, if I get caught in the rain while riding the Frog Toggs have been working fine. My son has a lot more time in the rain with his Frog Toggs and discovered the zipper stop is not adequate. We got his zipper back on and I added zipper stud-stops on both of our Frog Toggs jackets. Other than that, they are adequate rain gear for our use.
I have been using my Frog Toggs for 5 years. Been caught in huge downpours and regular rain. The only things that didn't stay dry were my gloves and boots that were not protected by the Frogg Toggs. I think they are great and recommend them to all my friends.
Never had and issues with zippers.
I too have been using Frog Toggs for 5 years. I have never got wet using them, they pack up well in the sack and have had no problems at all. They dry quickly too.