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
Purchased these ahead of a three day desert backpacking trip and very glad I did. When I first got them, one of the buttons detached from the Velcro, and was kinda frustrating. Applied some Gorilla glue to it and got it reattached and haven't noticed any problems since however. Performed really well in the desert and kept all debris/pebbles out of my boots while my buddy was stopping every mile to clear his shoes out (without gaiters). I've got pretty slim ankles and these in the L/XL still had a very trim slim profile around my leg, which I liked. Just watch out if you have massive calves or thick ankles, as these seem to run slim near the top--4 way stretch fabric helps. The bottom strap is starting to show a little wear after a hard three days, so we'll see how long they hold up, but wouldn't hesitate to buy another pair when they do wear out.
They fit correct and kept debris out, They are water resistant,but they kept me drier than my "waterproof" boots. Going to try and reapply DWR to make them more "Waterproof".After putting a lot of miles on them in Montana they start to show some wear, but have held up pretty well. I will be buying the Bramblers for next years snow season hunts.
bought these to try out and of course i pulled the tags so i cant return them but they are way to small im sure they would work good if u had skinny legs they would pry be ideal for a woman
I really liked them, but they started falling apart quickly. I wore them first for a week of hunting in South Africa and lost a button on the second day. The straps started fraying but held together for the rest of the trip
When I returned to the states, I used them a few times during food plot preparation and checking trail cameras. The stitching on the velcro pulled out.
Again, I liked the material and design but I think the durability just isn’t there.
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.