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Recent Gaiter Reviews

Outdoor Research Sparkplug Gaiters

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight, super breathable, minimalist gaiters that keep your feet and socks in good condition. Function: The Outdoor Research Spark Plug Gaiters are minimalist gaiters that prevent debris from entering your shoe. This means less emptying out of shoes, longer usage out of your socks, and happy hiking or running.    Sizing:  I have a size L/XL gaiter, over my EU46, JP29.5, US11.5 sized Salomon X Ultra Mids. I think the fit is perfect. I can reach all the way to the front most lace with the… Full review

Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Go either heavier or lighter. For me these gaiters did't work so well and I think there are better alternatives out there. To be honest I haven't used these as much as other gear that I review. This is partly due to their fit. I wear 46 (US 11.5) and got these in a large. I could put these on no problem (removing shoes first of course). The top of the ankle 'sock' has a small elastic drawstring. I would say that I have quite thin ankles with low body fat and the elastic is already tight. When… Full review

Outdoor Research Expedition Crocodiles

rated 4 of 5 stars Bought these on a lark in Sandpoint, Idaho, for 25$ Best gear deal I've seen in many years. These have been essential in rainy foraging hikes in the PNW. Trusted friend considering I'm usually in day hiker shoes and in the rain. Full review

Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters

rated 4 of 5 stars Low in weight, high in performance—an easy-on, easy-off option to prevent rain, snow, or debris from entering your shoes or boots. Note: A quick check of of the Outdoor Research site lists this item a a current price of $33.50. It appears to have become unavailable on other sites recently. There is a trail in southwestern that rises steeply from Helton Creek on the slope of Elk Garden Ridge toward Deep Gap, west of the summit of Mount Rogers in southwestern Virginia. It is a lovely trail beneath… Full review

Outdoor Research Women's Crocodiles

rated 5 of 5 stars Worked amazing!! Mud, muk, even water. These things can do it all. I bought these for a trip to MT Marcy in the Adirondacks last fall. When we went there was snow on the ground but it was a fairly warm weekend (as far as Marcy in the fall goes) meaning it was muddy. I was wearing my Asolo heavy hikers and the Crocs. At on point I sunk in 3/4 way up my croc. but these things were amazing and my feet never got wet. I traipsed through streams, puddles, and mud without any concern and throughout the… Full review

Outdoor Research Men's Wrapid Gaiter

rated 5 of 5 stars Gaiters are gaiters, but the instep strap on the OR's is the best. I've done the John Muir Trail now a bunch of times and the one thing I always end up tossing at the end of the trail (besides that WAG BAG) is my gaiters. Hasn't mattered which brand—I just end up wearing a hole on the inside ankle. Maybe you don't have this problem.  I would recommend these OR gaiters if for nothing else, OR has come up with a remarkably durable in-step strap. They call it, "Bio-Thane" which I am learning… Full review

Rab Unisex Latok Alpine Gaiter

rated 3 of 5 stars Breathable with fast and solid closing system but... These gaiters are breathable and easy to put in with a simple and reliable closing system: no zipper, just a strong velcro band. The front hook going below the laces is a feature I actually like. They are also comfortable to wear and adjustable. However, at first use I had one problem: the front hook of one gaiter ripped off. It's true the terrain I used them had vegetation above and below the unconsolidated snow, and my feet regularly sunk in… Full review

Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Lightweight fairly minimalist low gaiters, work OK to keep debris out of low-cut trail shoes. Fit is not superb on low shoes, but it works well enough. The cons I've encountered: Velcro tabs are supposed to be glued on the shoes, to hook on the bottom of the gaiter to keep them from riding up. I didn't bother when i first used the gaiters, and it's worked OK without them for hiking with my low hiking shoes, the rubbery grips inside at the rear works well enough to keep them in place — might be… Full review

Outdoor Research Stamina Gaiter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars These gaiters are great for day hiking with trail shoes or light boots in the summer season. They are so light you hardly notice that you're wearing them. I would recommend this product for anyone who is tired of picking trail debris from their shoes and socks. These are the first trail gaiters I've tried, so I can't compare them to others. I've worn full length gaiters for years, and love them for keeping snow and water out of my boots. I never thought of summer gaiters until recently. I was tired… Full review

Top-Rated Gaiters

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Mountain Hardwear Seta Strapless Running Gaiter
$16 - $39
 
Equinox Low Gaiter
$25
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Sparkplug Gaiters
$20
The North Face Runners Gaiter
$20
user rating: 5 of 5 (2)
Dirty Girl Gaiters Gaiter
$20 MSRP
REI Trail Light Gaiters
$21
Inov-8 Debris Gaiter
$22
 
Equinox Trail Gaiter
$25
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Mountain Hardwear Nut Shell High Gaiter
$22 - $40
REI Trail Running Gaiters
$23
Black Diamond Talus
$24 - $34
REI Mountain Gaiters
$28
Outdoor Research Ultra Tail Gaiter
$28 - $45
EMS Scrambler Gaiters
$29
Atlas Speed Snowshoe Gaiter
$29
Outdoor Research Trailhead Gaiters
$29 - $30
EMS Spindrift Gaiters
$29 - $39
 
Equinox Classic Gaiter
$30
The North Face Nylon Gaiters
$30 - $50
L.L.Bean Winter Walker Gaiter
$30
Tubbs Snowshoe Gaiter
$30
Salomon Trail Gaiters Low
$30
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Wrapid Gaiter
$30 - $46
user rating: 4 of 5 (3)
Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters
$30 - $33
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Integral Designs eVent Shortie Gaiters
$30 MSRP
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (2)
Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain High Gaiters
$32 - $42
 
Equinox Storm Gaiter
$33
Outdoor Research BugOut Gaiters
$38 - $45
 
Campmor Gore-Tex Easy Gaiters II
$34 MSRP
Rab Latok Extreme Gaiter
$34
Icebug Gaiter
$35
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Stamina Gaiter
$35
Outdoor Research Flex-Tex Gaiters
$38 - $54
REI Alpine Light Gaiters
$38
Outdoor Designs Perma
$40
Rab Scree Gaiter
$40
 
Equinox Mountain Gaiter
$40
user rating: 1 of 5 (1)
Salomon S Lab Gaiters
$40 - $44
Mountain Hardwear Scree Gaiter
$45
Rab Hispar Gaiter
$45
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters
$45
Hillsound Armadillo Gaiter
$45
The North Face HyVent Gaiter
$45 - $75
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (1)
Outdoor Research Salamander Gaiters
$45 MSRP
Mountain Hardwear Alpinismo Gaiter
$45 MSRP
Black Diamond Cirque
$46 - $49
Black Diamond FrontPoint
$47 - $69
CAMP Kristal Gaiter
$48
REI Alpine Gaiters
$49
user rating: 4 of 5 (3)
Outdoor Research Verglas Gaiters
$51 - $60
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