Traverse Hunting Gaiters
4-Way Stretch Nylon with DWR Coating
Traverse Hunting Gaiters Details
- Boot Gaiter
- Protection over the top of low and mid height boots
- Intended to prevent water and debris from entering shoes and socks during active hunts
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Carbon Technology
- Built-in stretch for complete range-of-motion
How It's Built
- Material: Stretch Nylon
- Cut: Accessory
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 3oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Having purchased these long before the season opener, I failed to test them for fit and function. Opening day comes and the top button blows off in the house before I even get them strapped on. Can't give an opinion on their durability because they never made it out the door! The fit seemed very small for a man with larger legs and 10" boots.
I’m an eastern hunter who only bought these because in late August when I was scouting must have hit a tick nest. My wife had to pluck more than 50 of the little suckers off my ankles and legs. So I bought these and treated them with permethrin and have been tick free since. My only issue is one of the buttons that connects the hook broke off after about a month of use.
I’ve started using these along with my trail running shoes for my late season S&S hunt herein CO. There are perfect for keeping everything out of my shoes like rain and snow. I also use these when I’m trail running in deeper snow. They stay out and I have never needed to readjust them.
These gaiters worked good but are not durable. After the second day the top snaps both popped out. After 1 week of use in Idaho the straps were fraying and after the 2nd week the straps are separating. Not expecting them to hold up the four weeks we're hunting. Imo save your money and buy nicer, more expensive gaiters. They work but aren't durable
These dudes are surprisingly tough. They work great as waterproofing and general covers for boots but they hold up really well against Louisiana swamp brambles, briars, and thorns.