Seta Strapless Running Gaiter Grill LG by Mountain Hardwear
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219552GRL__LG Features: Protect your skin with a durable, air-permeable blend of nylon and elastane that stretches easily for maximum comfort Lock it into place without an underfoot strap: the 3M Dual Lock, stay-put lace hook and high-tenacity VHB adhesive keep the gaiter firmly attached to your running shoe Low-profile cut stays out of the way Access your laces through the hidden front zipper so that you don't have to remove the entire gaiter Be more visible to others in low-light conditions with the high-visibility tonal reflective print on the back Specifications: Fabric: 91% nylon to 9% elastane
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When one of the velcro attachments fell off, I used another glue to adhere it back into place. Most modern glues will set in 30 minutes with a 24 hour cure time before use.
Enter the Mountain Hardwear trail running gaiter. Wahooo!! It's not like these are a new idea--- folks in the ultra-running community have been making these on a very small-business-scale basis for years. It's just nice that these are now commercially available and easy to get from Mountain Hardwear.
Light, stretchy, breathable, at least slightly water-repellant, and they stay in place without an instep strap, hurray! My only beef with them: the shoelace hook is ridiculously snug, it can be quite difficult to get it hooked on. Oh, and you really have to get in the habit of remembering to put them on *before* putting on your shoes. Other than that--- what's not to love?? Very comfortable, no chafing around the ankle/calf, and they do the job simply and efficiently. Although I will say that NO gaiter is completely grit-proof. It never ceases to amaze me how some little pebble or piece of trail munge miraculously will succeed in thwarting the gaiters and make its way into my shoe! But without these babies, things could be a lot worse.
One last thing: I do wish that they came with more than one extra set of the taped velcro stuff that you attach to the heel of your running shoe to make the gaiter stay in place. If you're bothering to purchase something like this, you probably run a lot of miles....and if you run a lot of miles, you probably go through more than two pairs of running shoes in a year. You can always just buy tape-backed velcro at any grocery/hardware store, however, and that will work just fine. I've got four pairs of shoes set up to work with the gaiters. Yay!
Bottom line: Get 'em, you'll love 'em.