Ratings Overview - Gaiter

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 Rab Latok Alpine
The Rab Latok Alpine is about as exciting as a flap of fabric and Velcro can get. With waterproof and breathable eVent fabric, tough Robic nylon and a Stretch Watergate back panel, this gaiter has...  read more >
$80

Editors' Choice Award
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83
Water Resistance - 9 of 10
9
Debris Protection - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Comfort and Breathability - 8 of 10
8
Ease of Attachment - 9 of 10
9
Weight - 6 of 10
6

 Outdoor Research Wrapid
Packing a bag for a light and fast mission often involves leaving behind a bunch of things that you typically pack "just in case." One of the things that commonly makes the discard pile is your...  read more >
$48

Best Buy Award
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76
Water Resistance - 8 of 10
8
Debris Protection - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Comfort and Breathability - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Attachment - 10 of 10
10
Weight - 8 of 10
8

 Outdoor Research Crocodile
Tried, true, and mysteriously named after an aquatic reptile, the Outdoor Research Crocodile is an ultra-classic gaiter with some modern tech. Made for cold weather and to fit over mountaineering...  read more >
$85

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75
Water Resistance - 10 of 10
10
Debris Protection - 8 of 10
8
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Comfort and Breathability - 4 of 10
4
Ease of Attachment - 7 of 10
7
Weight - 4 of 10
4

 Rab Scree
The Rab Scree is an ankle-length gaiter that is perfect for dirty approaches up talus (aka "scree") fields and or sandy trails. If you've ever found yourself in a situation where you had to stop...  read more >
$45

Top Pick Award
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71
Water Resistance - 5 of 10
5
Debris Protection - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 6 of 10
6
Comfort and Breathability - 9 of 10
9
Ease of Attachment - 8 of 10
8
Weight - 9 of 10
9

 Outdoor Research Rocky Mt. Low
The Outdoor Research Rocky Mt. Low is a little old school, but we're not knocking old school. We had the exact same gaiter (maybe OR, maybe a different brand) in the early 90's when we rocked jeans...  read more >
$35

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68
Water Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Debris Protection - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Comfort and Breathability - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Attachment - 7 of 10
7
Weight - 7 of 10
7

 Outdoor Research Ultra Trail
The Outdoor Research Ultra Trail gaiter was designed for an Abu Dhabi Adventure Race team, and if you need a gaiter for desert running conditions only then this model is a good choice. It is...  read more >
$48

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55
Water Resistance - 3 of 10
3
Debris Protection - 5 of 10
5
Durability - 6 of 10
6
Comfort and Breathability - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Attachment - 7 of 10
7
Weight - 8 of 10
8

 Mountain Hardwear Ascent
The Mountain Hardwear Ascent gaiter seems to have been made with close attention to all details, except the instep strap buckle, which broke the first time we put them on. We were a little bummed...  read more >
$65

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Water Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Debris Protection - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 2 of 10
2
Comfort and Breathability - 4 of 10
4
Ease of Attachment - 5 of 10
5
Weight - 3 of 10
3
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