Rocky Mountain Low Gaitors
A short gaiter is just the ticket when you need to keep twigs, scree, or snow out of the top of your boot. These have become a favorite among hikers on the Pacific Crest and Appalachian trails. Outdoor Research chose uncoated packcloth as the fabric so that vapor permeability is high, and elastic at the top and bottom for a snug fit over the boot top and around the leg. A Velcro front closure makes it especially easy to work with.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Packcloth fabric, uncoated
Less expensive than the Spandura fabric used in the Flex-Tex Low Gaiters.
Good combination of light weight and abrasion resistance.
Uncoated for vapor permeability
Has HT Teflon DWR so it sheds some water and snow
Elastic top and bottom edges
Top elastic maintains snug fit around the leg keeping debris out of the boot.
Bottom elastic forms seal around the boot keeping debris or snow from being pushed up under the gaiter.
Alan Ellis - Dec 30, 2002 7:56 pm - Voted 5/5Untitled Review