The people that make the mules take care of individual needs, they are good people, treat you like family, I have one coat, and two sets of bibs. The bibs, I took and waxed one pair, and made them water proof. Or you can buy them with a water proof liner I believe. I wear my waxed pair when working on wet or snow covered ground, while working on vehicles. Wear them while cutting wood and brush. One time I had a chain saw kick back and those mules probably saved my leg or more. If you just want them for hunting or running dogs, they are great for that and so much more. Good for tracking deer in briars. I keep my non waxed ones sprayed in permethrin and wear them when I think ticks or chiggers may be a problem. Also mix permethrin in the wax when waxing the other pair. For work outside or hunting you can not go wrong with mules. And they are some of the nicest people to deal with.