GaiterWraps Make the Best Snow Gaiters

GaiterWraps Make the Best Snow Gaiters

Written by on 12/11/2013 in gaiters, snow gaiters with 0 Comments

Gaiterwraps make the best snow gaiters.  Learn more in this google hangout with GaiterWraps founder James Krehbiel.

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GaiterWraps Snow Gaiters Make the Difference

GaiterWraps Snow Gaiters Make the Difference

Written by on 10/28/2013 in gaiters with 0 Comments

Greg & Mike Lusk Elk Hunting in Michigan. Received my GaiterWraps thanks to some special handling by Tammy just prior to leaving for elk hunting in the Flattops in northwest Colorado for the first rifle season that started on October 12, 2013.  When we were being packed into our drop camp on horseback the rain turned […]

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Perfect Gift for Your Outdoorsman or Woman

Perfect Gift for Your Outdoorsman or Woman

Written by on 10/18/2013 in gaiters with 0 Comments

Are you desperate for a fantastic gift for that man in your life that loves to hunt? GaiterWraps will not only impress him, but will end up making his “favorite gift I ever got!” list.  GaiterWraps are a brand new product that’s not only perfect for his hunting trips, but he will find many other uses for […]

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Motocross – Another Use for GaiterWraps

Motocross – Another Use for GaiterWraps

Written by on 10/18/2013 in gaiters with 0 Comments

A new kind of Motocross Gear –GaiterWraps XL’S are great for wrapping around the top of your motocross boots to prevent entry of water, rocks, sand or dirt. These also protect the top of your boots from wear and tear.  Any place where you might suffer from abrasion and excessive heat, GaiterWraps can provide protection. GaiterWraps are […]

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Boot Gaiters for Work or Construction?

Boot Gaiters for Work or Construction?

Written by on 10/18/2013 in gaiters with 0 Comments

Anyone who works construction can use Gaiterwraps.  Not only are GaiterWraps great with long pants in the winter, but they are amazing in the summer because you actually can work with shorts on and not get anything in your boots. If you cut wood, holding it on your foot the sawdust will usually spray into […]

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