A highly versatile GORE-TEX® gaiter. It is durable, dependable and designed to fit virtually any boot



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    GORE-TEX® fabric.


Our most breathable gaiter using GORE-TEX® XCR® in the upper.

Durability is retained with the use of 1000 denier Cordura at the ankle and a replaceable, highly durable 'Polytex' underfoot strap. Easy front entry with Velcro seal to prevent water penteration. Stainless steel fittings are used to prevent rusting and a handy, reflective, tab makes removal in the dark a simple operation.

It is important that you make sure the calf fits rather than the shoe size

S/M shoe size 2.5 -  6.5 UK Calf width min 39cm max 47.5cm

L/XL shoe size 7 – 13 UK Calf width min 41cm max 51cm

Extremities Brand: Extremities
Product code: 25N0000


1000 Denier Cordura Ankle
Elasticated Ankle Band to Reduce Bulk
Fully Adjustable and Replaceable 'Polytex' Underfoot Strap
Velcro Sealed Opening
Quick Pull Calf Closure
Reflective Tab
Rustproof Stainless Steel Fittings


This extremities product is guaranteed to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 1 year from purchase. 

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Review: Kicking hard in my Novagaiters... 30/09/13

reviewed by:
Nigel Vardy


Gaiters are not the most stylish piece of gear you will ever buy, but they're not supposed to be. They need to be hardwearing, practical and easy to put on/take off, particularly when plastered in Scottish snow or Derbyshire bog. I've been kicking the backside out of a pair of Novagaiters for a couple of years and they have performed well in both fields.

The front zip and Velcro combination works well and is very secure. The simple draw elastic at the top is practical and the little veclro tie back is easy to use, (and wont break like spring loaded clips). I've sunk in bogs across the world and kept reasonably dry, and grazed them with crampons galore in Scotland, Russia, Italy, Switzerland and Nepal. Still they look good and keep coming back for more.

One great improvement on older designs is the under boot strap which used to wear badly, but now seems secure. The buckles still slip a little however, and I find that locking the rubber with a little PVC tape helps no end.

All in all a good all round gaiter which does it's job well in all conditions, packs away small and continues to get kicked..!