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Built off a legacy of alpine protection with a few new improvements, the insulated Outdoor Research X-Gaiters cover you down to your toes with bulk-free warmth and compatibly for any expedition.

  • Features

    • Insulated 3mm stretch neoprene panels seal around your boots for a snug, streamlined fit and flexible on/off versatility
    • Durable Water Repellent (DWR)-treated 90-denier ripstop stretch double-weave provides rugged durability, guarding against the elements as well as punctures and abrasions
    • Compatible with crampons, mountaineering boots and ski touring boots, the improved design features a pliable lip that secures completely over your toes and heels
    • Grippy neoprene wraps the circumference edges of your boots and stays put without slipping
    • Hook-and-loop closures and 4mm shock cord easily adjust even when your dexterity is compromised or if emergency situations occur
    • PrimaLoft® Aerogel insulation covers toes and entire lower half of boots for advanced warmth
    • Adjustable instep straps hold snug against your boots

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountaineering

    Gaiter Height

    Mid-calf

    Gaiter Height (in.)

    XS: 12 inches

    S: 12.5 inches

    M: 13 inches

    L: 13.5 inches

    XL: 14 inches

    Max. Top Circumference (in.)

    XS: 15 inches

    S: 15.5 inches

    M: 16 inches

    L: 16.5 inches

    XL: 17 inches

    Lower Material

    50% nylon/43% polyester/7% spandex

    Upper Material

    91% polyester/9% elastane lining

    Weight

    1 lb. 0.8 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

  • Size Chart

    S/M L/XL XS S M L XL XXL
    U.S. Men's 5 - 8 9 - 12 4 - 7 6 - 9 8 - 11 10 - 13 12 - 15
    U.S. Women's 3 - 5 5 - 7 7 - 9 9 - 11

    Sizing Notes

    For gaiters, please refer to your shoe size.

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