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Rab Hunza Stretch Mid Gaiter


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    Lookout, trail gators everywhere!

    Avoid getting pebbles in your shoes and keep rain out of your socks with the Hunza Stretch Mid Gaiter. Made from stretchy fabric that's been laminated to a 3L Stretch Watergate waterproof and breathable membrane and finished with a DWR coating, the Hunza keeps your feet protected from morning dew, moderate rain, and soggy trails. The underfoot bungee, and lace hook make it easy to get on and off, and the silicone grip keeps the fabric from sliding down and letting the trail gators attack your ankles.

    • 3L Stretch Watergate waterproof and breathable membrane
    • Synthetic fabric
    • DWR coating
    • Elastic underfoot bungee with quick release toggle
    • Lace hook
    • Silicone grip
    • Item #RAB006N

    Tech Specs

    [membrane/laminate] 3L Stretch Watergate, [face fabric] 69% nylon, 21% PU, 10% spandex, DWR coating
    draw chord top closure
    underfoot bungee
    3.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These gaiters tend to run a little small, probably due to the stretch fit. I would order a size up, especially if you will be trying to fit them over bulky boots. However, they have held up really well after two seasons of relatively rough use and I have no issues with their ability to keep snow, water, and scree out of my boots. I agree that the lace hook being on the small side. I have to pop it on and off my laces with some force, but I’ve never had a real issue with it.

    Hook is a problem with boots. Run large.

      The hook is difficult to secure on hiking boots. It is fairly thick plastic, so it does not slide under firmly laced boots without great effort. Also, the sizing is big. I bought the large (size 10.5 boots), and there was far too much slack around the boot. I might try a medium since the fabric is unlikely to snag on thorns, etc., which I like; however, I'm wary of having to replace or invert the hook.

      Not sure I'd choose these again

        I bought these for a 6-day trek on the Laugavegur Trail in Iceland. They were light and functional for keeping rocks out, but the elastic cord at the ankle is a little weird. Also, the sizer on the red cord broke immediately and I had to tie knots in it. They served their purpose but I wouldn't recommend them. (Also, if you're vain, and you're wearing standard fit pants, they look kind of weird in pictures... they'd be fine with tights/spandex or skinny fit)

        good protection. Weird sizing.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        These are great gaiters. I wear them every time I go backpacking or even hiking. Great at keeping dirt/rocks/and water out. They are light weight and short so you don't really notice them. I primarily wear my trail running shoes (North Face Ultra GTX size 10.5) so when I bought the Large they were obviously meant more for hiking boots. So if you're like me and are buying these to use with trail running shoes buy the Medium size and they should fit nice and snug. There is a thin elastic cord that wraps around the bottom of your shoes to hold it in place but it will quickly wear out. They come with 2 extra elastic cords. If you want short gaiters to wear with trail running shoes you should definitely consider buying these.