Tasgear Gaiters

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Re: Tasgear Gaiters

Postby Scottyk » Wed 07 Dec, 2016 3:31 pm

Nuts wrote:Nice job Scotty. Be a while before they get used but worth a comment for the workmanship. Well done.

Thanks Nuts
Hope you get some good use of them
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Re: Tasgear Gaiters

Postby weeds » Wed 07 Dec, 2016 4:54 pm

Mine arrived on Monday......compared to another brand i had purchased the Tasgear ones are very nicely put together.
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Re: Tasgear Gaiters

Postby warnabrother » Thu 02 Mar, 2017 8:50 am

all sizes in stock ??
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Re: Tasgear Gaiters

Postby photohiker » Thu 02 Mar, 2017 8:17 pm

My Sea to Summit goretex gaiters size M are showing wear but they have been holding up well. The new S2S versions are Event.

What size are Tasgear to match the Quagmire size M, and which version is best for variable terrain, not just wet but also rough terrain, burrs and seeds as well as the flippin snakes? :)
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Re: Tasgear Gaiters

Postby warnabrother » Fri 03 Mar, 2017 11:07 am

photohiker wrote:My Sea to Summit goretex gaiters size M are showing wear but they have been holding up well. The new S2S versions are Event.

What size are Tasgear to match the Quagmire size M, and which version is best for variable terrain, not just wet but also rough terrain, burrs and seeds as well as the flippin snakes? :)


he has all measurements listed on his website.. lay yours out and compare the measurements..
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