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
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.
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.