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As the heaviest-duty gaiter in the Outdoor Research line-up, the Expedition Crocodile Gaiter is the go-to choice for serious mountaineering expeditions and rugged terrain. The 3-layer Gore-Tex provides waterproof breathable protection in the harshest weather conditions while burly 1000D Cordura on the inner leg stands up to sharp crampons and wear from hard-shell boots. Plus, the large circumference is specifically designed to accommodate high-insulation pants and bulky mountaineering boots.

  • Burly three-layer Gore-Tex provides guaranteed waterproof breathable protection
  • Highly abrasion-resistant 1000D Cordura on the inner leg and boot protects against sharp crampons and plastic boots
  • Large circumference accommodates plastic boots and insulated pants
  • Wide hook-and-loop front closure is quick and secure
  • Bottom shear tab secures the front closure to the boot
  • Durable BioThane instep strap keeps the gaiter securely in place

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5 5

Awesome gaiters!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

OR gaiters are always the best but these are the best they offer. Tough, waterproof, breathable and everything else you could ask for in a gaiter. The velcro is indestructible and I've been in knee deep snow all day in these and my pants always stay dry, they always stay up and stay in place!! I highly recommend these gaiters for daily hard use in hard conditions or just out to scoop the driveway.

5 5

Exactly What I Expected

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The gaiters have not failed me yet. Weather Im digging out a sled or hiking to a tower they keep my legs dry. There has been several times I thought I was going to snag and rip them but nothing at all. I highly recommend these.

5 5

Burly

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been ice climbing in these a while and they are burly! I have spiked them a few times and you can't even tell, it's like having dragon scales on your legs. Never been wet or cold in them either. If you are looking for a gaiter to last a life time, this is it. OR has one of the best warranties in the business and they will repair or replace it if it fails.

5 5

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After using these by walking through knee deep rivers in the backcountry, these gaiters instantly became my favorites. Staying dry the whole way through my trip was incredible and it is almost all due to the fact these gaiters were bomb-proof. Not only would they last forever, but they are warrantied for life by Outdoor Research. I look forward to using them on more trips in the future.

4 5

Crampon proof

These fit great on lowa mountain expert boots and have proven to be as tough as they come. Probably could breath more on a warm day of post holing but I wouldn't want to go with anything less tough.

4 5

Tough Gaiter

These are not bomb-proof, but pretty close. After 3 seasons of alpine and ice climbing I have knicked the buckle on the instep enough times that I've almost ripped through all the stitches, but they're still holding strong. They do their job by keeping your feet dry and keeping you from accidentally sticking crampon points through your pants and skin.

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The buckle should not be on the instep, but on the outside of the boot (see the photo for reference). You have them on the wrong feet. The way you are using your gaiters is incorrect and very dangerous.

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J.D. Thank you for the correction. I am actually wearing them on the correct feet. I should have said the strap and not the buckle. The buckle is indeed on the outside of my foot. The strap on the instep is about to come loose from the damage from crampons.