A lightweight gaiter that keeps out the riff raff.

Keep snow, mud, and other trail debris out of your boots with the Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain High Packcloth Gaiter. The Rocky Mountain High is a basic design that gets the job done without any unnecessary frills–just tough, breathable fabric securely attached to your boots.

  • Tough 420D nylon stands up to years of hiking, trail debris, and hungry insects
  • Super-tough Hypalon instep strap for year-round dependability
  • Breathable fabrics throughout allow water vapor and sweat to escape
  • Reinforced boot lace hook keeps the gaiter in place
  • Elastic bottom edge keeps debris out
  • Tough, inch-wide hook-and-loop front closure

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5 5

+5 Gait Efficiency and +5 Morale

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Pretty sweet gaiters here. I'm not sure how much more progress there is to be made in gaiter technology but these Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain High gaiters are to the point and offer all the features required of a high quality gaiter, even for Mr Sunshine on His Shoulder John Denver.
I've used them for a rainy and slushy last week of hunting and they keep my lower legs dry, the scrub out of the shoes and are reliable. I didn't have any problem with them riding up/down my calves nor were the attachment mechanisms failing at any point. These act like any other Gore Tex type material; if you're stealthing around after big game the gaiters can and will be a little louder than other materials, like denim. I wear a 14 shoe and the XL fits nice and comfortably snug and rather more breathable than I was expecting. About 30miles logged on these babies so far; further bulletins as info warrants.

+5 Gait Efficiency and +5 Morale
4 5

Lightweight and durable, runs large

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got these as a birthday gift from my brother and have to say that I'm really happy with them. They're incredibly lightweight (I can't even feel the weight when I'm walking) and very durable. I haven't used them with crampons, but they seem like they may tear easily in that regard (an abrasion-resistant patch on the inside of the ankle would probably help in this regard).
I would also add that if you're near the bottom of the size range, size down to a smaller sized gaiter. I have size 10 feet and received the men's medium, but they fit well. I definitely have to stretch the base to get the velcro to reach on the front, and it's a bit of a pull to get the lace hook low enough that I'm happy with it, but I end up with a slim fit along the calf (which I prefer) and a great seal along the bottom (I've worn them through small but rapid creek crossings that were higher than my boots and stayed dry). For fit reference, I've fit them low over my size 10 hiking shoes, and slightly higher (although still below my fibula) on my size 10.5 lightweight mountaineering boots. If I were to buy some to go with insulated mountaineering boots I would probably size up to a large (which would be my recommended size).

4 5

Recommend looking at the Verglas

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Outdoor Research is the best for gaiters. Unfortunately I tried them on for the first time in the backcountry and the sizing chart was off. I have a size 13 boot, went with the XL but they were baggy and I could not strap them tight enough to my upper calf.

Feet and legs stayed dry in the snow. Not as breathable as I would like so I upgraded to the Outdoor Research Verglas in a large.

5 5

new to gaiters

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

ive never owned a pair of gaiters before, but i love them. ive worn these in mud and thigh deep snow and my feet/pants stay completely dry. i use them daily at work. absolutely worth the money. im only about 4 months in, but i have zero complaints and would recommend highly.

5 5

Keep your pants dry

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had these for 2 yrs and I've always had great success. Keeps the snow, water, and burrs off your pants. They fit well and instep strap stays put. In fact I like them so much I just bought a pair for my brother.

5 5

Groovy Gaiters!!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

I bought these Rocky Mountain Gaiters for my husband a while ago and they work great for him. The sizing chart is dead on. I suggest these to anyone who is tired of having a wet lower half.

5 5

Simple & Perfect!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are perfect in every way! Simple, Affordable, Quality & Waterproof! What else do you look for in a gaiter?? I have used these gaiters hard for a long time now & they look like new still. Great OR Product!

5 5

Everything and More

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This gaiter is everthing it says and more. I wore it on a summer trip to Mt. Adams. It was light enough to keep you cool but sturdy enought to keep dirt and snow out. These are one of the best pieces of gear I took with me on that trip. They wont keep you warm but they will keep you dry.