3.5-Layer Waterproof Construction
Brambler Gaiter Details
Sizing boot gaiters can be a bit tricky.
Generally, if you wear full boots (Kenetreks, Danners, Lowas) and/or have large calves (size 10 and bigger) you will likely want to go with the LG.
If you have smaller feet or calves (size 9 and smaller) or wear a lighter boot or trail shoe (Solomon, La Sportiva) you will want to go with the SM.
- Heavy duty construction featuring 3.5 layered construction
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle technology for maintaining optimal core body temperature
- Adjustable calf strap
- Snap reinforced velcro closure
- Hypalon stirrup with black metal buckle adjustment
- Black, metal lace hook
How It's Built
- Material: 3.5-Layer Construction
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Weight: 12oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I wear these kicking around the thick East Texas brush, stands up to all the abuse I’ve put them through so far. Would definitely recommend!
These gaiters have great reviews so maybe I got the only pair that aren’t waterproof. First time out in the snow came home soaked.
From swamps to snow I have worn these on almost every hunt since I bought them a few years ago, They work too well not to. Also, being a taller guy with very long legs they help keep my pants where they belong as custom inseams are often unattainable. Fits great even with my size 16 boot!
Purchased these for turkey season and to have for the upcoming bow season in the Fall for Deer in NC. Lots of our public land have creek crossings, briars and brush. I really like this new addition. I have taken these on several hikes and a few hunts in the hill country of Western NC. They keep my feet dry, warm and protected. I love the fit as well! First Lite is one of my favorite brands and they build some great products!
These gaiters are absolutely bomb proof. They are waterproof and very durable for brush busting. Due to the 3.5 layer they can get warm, but you just have to know when to be using gaiters and when not to be. I’ve had my set for three years and still have no tears or issues with them.