Brambler Gaiter – First Lite Performance Hunting
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Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter
Brambler Gaiter

Brambler Gaiter

3.5-Layer Waterproof Construction


Color/PatternFirst Lite Fusion

We know that a great all-seasons gaiter is designed and constructed to last a lifetime and the Brambler Gaiter is no exception. Overbuilt and as burly as your favorite boots, this 37.5 by Cocona Technology gaiter utilizes Hypalon straps, Cordura insteps and bombproof seams to keep you dry in the roughest hunting country. Field tested in BC and all over the Western US, the Brambler is your new ironclad gaiter.

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Brambler Gaiter Details

Sizing Note

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.

Layering Position

  • Boot Gaiter


  • 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
    • Upland
  • Weight: 12oz.

Where to Use

  • Regions:
    • Intermountain/Rockies
    • Southwest
    • Midwest
    • Northeast
    • BC/Alaska
    • Pacific Northwest
  • Temperature Ranges:
    • Below 20F
    • 20F - 45F
    • 45F - 60F
    • 60F - 80F
    • Above 80F

Customer Reviews

Based on 78 reviews
Product Size: L
Height: 250
Weight: 5'7"
Fit Comments: I wish they had a large calf size
Location: Would have been western Oregon
Primary Use: Elk/Deer hunting
Well Made, but small

I really wanted to try these gaiters out in the brush fields in western Oregon. They seem to be well made and would have worked, but unfortunately , I have rather large calves and I could not close the velco. If they were made with a little more room in the calf area, they would have been great.
Waiting for return authorization

Product Size: XL
Height: 6
Weight: 200
Location: Colorado mountains
Primary Use: Elk hunting
Bombproof Gaiter

Are use this gaiter last year while archery elk hunting in Colorado. The gator performed flawlessly and showed no sign of wear after moving through some rough vegetation and rocky terrain. I highly recommend this gaiter but it can be a little warm for early-season archery. This gaiter will be great in rain and snow and cold conditions.

Product Size: M
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 185-195
Fit Comments: Chose based on calf size, not boot size
Great Gaiters

I really like these gaiters and love the fact that they have the reinforced Cordura insteps. These should last a very long time and never wear a hole on the inside of the ankle. I have pretty small calves (15-16") and have to wrench the calf strap all the way down on lightweight pants (Sitka Ascent pants). I have the Zamberlan 1017 Smilidon GTX RR boots for cold weather hunts and Han Wags similar to Zamberlan's 1013 Leopard GTX boots for early season hunts and the gaiters fit both pair great, all you have to do is adjust the boot straps to make them fit. When deciding on which size to order strictly chose based on calf size you can manipulate each size gaiter to work on any size boot.

Product Size: XL
You need a 2XL size!

I wish these fit my legs. The gaiters look awesome and would probably last a good bit, but they do not fit larger calf individuals such as myself. My calves measure 19.5 inches bare skin, and the XL size does not come close to fitting, especially with pants on. If you have big legs like mine, steer clear of these gaiters. Kuiu Gaiters are decently larger and so I had to go with them.


Fit: 2
Product Size: S/M
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 150lbs - 160lbs
Location: Nevada
Primary Use: Spot & Stalk
Fit Comments: I wore an uninsulated size 10 Asolo TPS boot. It was a tight fit to get the velco to fully interlock at the ankle of the boot. However, I have smaller calves (~16&quote;) and had to crank down the calf strap to get the uppers to stay in place. I tried the S/M on my Sorel packers and was not able to get a good lock with the velcro but doubt I would be able to get a good tight fit around my calves with the L/XL. Bottomline: if you're skinny dude like me, and are using a standard leather hunting boot, the S/M works great. If you're bigger and have a burly insulated boot, you'll want the L/XL.
Performs well with some size limitations.

Recently used these on a 4-day late season cow elk hunt in northern Nevada. Temperatures ranged from 0-20F and snow depths were 8-10&quote;. The Brambler kept my pants dry and stayed in place. They're very durable and I expect them to last for many seasons.