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IdahoCurt
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"What are you thoughts on gaiters? Which pair?"

Love my Kuiu Gaiters,Have used them for years,they work great.

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amicus
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quote:
Originally posted by IdahoCurt:
"What are you thoughts on gaiters? Which pair?"

Love my Kuiu Gaiters,Have used them for years,they work great.

Thanks

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In my opinion anything first lite, sitka, or KUIU would serve you well in that environment. Each fit me slightly different so it wouldn't hurt to find a place to try them on to see which is your preference. Goodluck this November!
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Kuiu gaiters are great. I use mine often.

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amicus
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Thanks, Gentlemen

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The blessing of the Lord, it maketh rich and He addeth no sorrow with it. Prov 10;22

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Tim in Wa.
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Exo Mountain Gear packs are very good and Oregon Pack works is working well for me this year.
Both companies are small when you call you will likely speak to the owners.
They both have excellent customer service
Tim

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I'd take a serious look at the Kuiu Chinook pants, which have everything going for them.

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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Wish I had your problem of getting new gear to go hunt Alaska. Good luck on your hunt can't wait for the story....

,,,,Sam,,,,

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Synthetic fabrics have a drawback-they burn and melt into the skin when exposed to flame. Wear them to hunt and use wool in camp near flame. We had a few incidences with goretex when the military first started using it.

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