If any of you know me, I'm a lawn ape. I do landscaping, rain or shine. I need a good pair of rain pants. Maybe a rain suit, if the price is right. I have a nice windbreaker/rain jacket (Columbia? garage sale find, 6$ brand new).... But I really need some rain/wet weather 'lowers'. Bottoms. Pants. Leggings. That kinda deal. They need to go over my baggies/swim trunk type shorts, over my socks, and preferably over my boots. Some sort of half legged zipping method, or buttons may be ideal. It doesn't have to keep my perfectly dry through a monsoon, just keep most of my lower body mostly dry while mowing, edging, etc. My biggest issue is durability, coupled with breathability. I do manual labor and need something that 'breathes' as best as a water-proof material can breathe. Here is a sample picture. This is not me, and I stole'd the pic for reference. I don't care if it looks as doofy as this guy. Style was never my strong point. Usually, with my big hat, and my rain coat, I just tough it out, shiver a bit, and get over it. After a while, though, my boots are soaked and work is miserable. This needs to be fixed. I'm 6ft1, about 195lbs, and I wear a 34 waist.... No XXXXL /XSmall stuff needed. Suggestions are, of course, welcomed. I would like to stay in the 20-50$ range. It needs to be of decent durability, as I deal with sharp, hot, rough stuff for a living. Again, I stress breathability - ability for my heat to escape. Just trying to get a feel for what is out there. I know a lot of EDCForums is clothing/bags, and I'm barely getting into that section, so don't blow me away with too much information. For reference, I saw a full rain suit at wally world for 20$. It was one of those 'camping' brands I'm sure you'd recognize. Heck, if those are decent, I'd try those. but what I really need is lowers, leggings, or below waist rain coverage. Thanks a million, people. I am budget minded, so work with me!