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Hillsound Super Armadillo Nano Gaiter Review

Gaiters, when they come in handy, they come in real handy. Some conditions simply demand them, and having a solid pair can make the difference between soggy, cold, blistery feet, and an enjoyable backcountry scamper. 444 more words

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Trail Fashion - DIY Gaiter Project

Today I made some additional gear purchases, finally setting on a baselayer top when I found a nice deal on Moosejaw.com for Patagonia Merino 1 (the particular one that I got is now out of stock, but they have some others on sale) and also decided to go with a ULA rain kilt because it does triple duty as rain protection, a ground cloth to sit on during stops, and something to wear while doing laundry in towns. 753 more words

Taurus Leather Gaiters Feature in Horse & Rider Magazine!

As pictured here in Horse & Rider Magazine the Taurus Leather Gaiters are super smart and stylish. Manufactured from soft, calf Aniline Leather with soft Amara lining and an elasticated rear panel to ensure optimum flexibility and a streamlined fit, creating a comfortable, affordable and robust alternative to long boots. 133 more words

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Sewn Products by Acoustafoam

Acoustafoam have an in-house sewing team that create covers for our acoustic foam products. We can provide engine covers, light covers, gaiters, acoustic quilts, industrial curtains, tank covers etc. 77 more words

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Artifact of the Week. Canadian World War II gaiters made by Bata Shoes.

This summer the Burton family of Cornwall kindly donated their father’s World War battle dress, great coat and webbing.  While cataloguing the donation my interest awakened when I saw the “Bata” Shoe logo on this pair of Canadian World War II gaiters, or anklets.  244 more words

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