Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters (For Men and Women)
About Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Outdoor Research Ultra trail gaiters provide lightweight protection for trail runners and fast packers. They're constructed of breathable stretch fabric, with anti-slip silicone prints at the heels and hook-and-loop adhesive patches that attach to your shoes.
Specs about Outdoor Research Ultra Trail Gaiters (For Men and Women)
- Fabric: 91% nylon, 9% Lycra®
- Length: 6"
- Width: 12"
- Weight: 2.7 oz.
- Made in China
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Reviewed by OCULUS from Rensselaer, NY on Monday, February 24, 2014I bought these to use for shooting and other brush-beating to help ward off ticks. Not sure how well they'll do, but they have to be an improvement over simple socks.
Reviewed by Croz from Michigan on Friday, February 21, 2014I am petite...5'2" and 110, and theses were so tight on my legs that I had to cut the cord that cinches them at the top. I can wear them now without them cutting off my circulation. I wear them on my trail running shoes to run snowy trails in Michigan. Unless you have very thin lower legs, these will probably be too tight.
Reviewed by Chumly from Rocky Mtns. on Monday, September 30, 2013There are some gaiters available that are lighter, but at 2.7 oz, these are plenty light! A double hook system firmly attaches them to the laces, and the silicone dots holds them securely to the heel. I used them hiking on a rough trail without affixing the Velcro or the strap, and they stayed put no problem. If I were post-holing through deep snow however, they probably would have worked lose without the extra retention, but these are not the gaiters I would choose for those conditions. In short, a good all-around gaiter for three season use.
Reviewed by NorCal hiker from CA on Thursday, August 29, 2013Excellent lightweight hiking and trail running gaiter. Secures with hooks to laces in the front and a Velcro pad that glues onto the heel of your shoe.
Reviewed by Tex Runner from Dallas on Wednesday, June 26, 2013Keep in mind that you can't pull them through shoes.