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Wading Gaiters (as worn by Dr Ishgaki and sold by Chris)

by Craig Price

Immediately bought a pair when Chris got them in. They are extremely high quality and seem perfectly designed for the intended use, better than the modified paintballers that I (still) use.

However, I thought I would leave some advisory information for others. They only come in one size, which I would class as Large to XLarge, not suited to smaller chaps.

I have never used mine, as I found them just far too big. I am 5'8" and slimly built, with very skinny legs. The gaiters are designed for a bigger leg, both in terms of length and height.

best regards

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Jan 24, 2012
Send 'em back
by: TenkaraBum


I am very sorry to hear that you cannot use them.
Send them back. I will send you a refund.

Jan 26, 2012
My observation about the same gaiters
by: TJ Ferreira

See my mini review here at this link:

I can kind of see what Craig meant by the gaiters being big but for me, I think they will work fine. I am not skinny legged so actually the top velcro strap, the one above the knee, was a bit tight close down, but it did work. Since I am shorter than Craig, where maybe length for his is OK, for me they are a tad long, but I think will overflow over my boot safely enough.

Anyway, see my link above for a picture of them on this short 5'5" vertically challenged tubby man and maybe compare for yourself if these work for you or not.

For me I think the one sized fits all should be OK.


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