Outdoor Research BugOut Gaiters - Kids'
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The Outdoor Research BugOut Gaiters for kids use Insect Shield to help protect against mosquitoes, ticks, and other biting insects-essential protection for hiking near wetlands, grassy meadows, and wherever hungry insects live.
On Sale. Outdoor Research Kid's BugOut Gaiters FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Kids' BugOut Gaiters Insect Shield repels mosquitoes, ticks, ants, flies, chiggers and no-see-ums EPA Registered Insect Shield lasts over 70 washes 1in.- Wide front closure Top/bottom shear tabs secure front closure Elastic bottom and top edges Double-riveted boot lace hook Hypalon instep strap The SPECS Weight: L/XL, per pair: 3.5 oz / 99 g Fabric: 100% nylon, 8 oz pack cloth This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
The bug-repelling Kids' BugOut Gaiters are treated with Insect Shield to protect your young adventurer s ankles from biting insects. Durable and ruggedly built, these gaiters provide essential protection for hiking near wetlands, hide-and-go-seek in grassy meadows, and wherever hungry insects live. Sizes: S/M 10-13 L/XL 1-6 Fitting Gaiters: Wrap gaiter around ankle and boot top with OR logo on outside of ankle Close hook/loop front closure and fasten shear tabs Attach hook through boot laces Fasten instep strap Intended Usage: Insect protection for hiking and backpacking
- Appalachian Outdoors
Remember when you were a kid and you spent a summer day playing in a grassy meadow and the night itching tiny bug bites on your ankles' Thanks to Outdoor Research's BugOut Gaiters, your kids don't have to suffer your same fate. These gaiters not only make getting at your child's ankles difficult for biting insects, they also make it undesirable. These gaiters' Insect Shield, a manmade version of a natural insect repellent found in chrysanthemums, repels ants, flies, chiggers, ticks, mosquitoes, and no-see-ums.