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Ooops... knew I was forgetting something.. Yeah, heavily reinforced wear areas. You don't scoot around on non-skid stuff skiing.
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Originally Posted by vega1860 View Post
In addition to everything Sailingdog said:

Foulies designed for yachting (As opposed to the kind used by commercial fishermen etc.) have patches of heavy nylon on seat, knees and lower back of coat to prevent wearing holes when scooting around on non-skid decks

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