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    Liberty Mountain Ankle Gaitors

    I found these at ****'s at the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek OH for $3.98 after tax. They had a whole rack. They are about 7in high and zip up.
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    Those will definitely keep the scree out of your low cut shoes.

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    Argh! I would love a deal like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HamMike View Post
    I found these at ****'s at the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek OH for $3.98 after tax. They had a whole rack. They are about 7in high and zip up.
    Will these be something that would work to use with my hiking boots in the winter instead of investing in snow boots for now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivaB View Post
    Will these be something that would work to use with my hiking boots in the winter instead of investing in snow boots for now?
    you'd probably still want a waterproof shoe/boot for ohio winters, but these on top will keep your pant ends dry moving through snow up to depth similar with the height of the gaiter.

    I plan on investing in a pair of gaiters so I can continue to use my summer gortex hiking boot in deeper snow.




    And on the subject, I saw at Marshalls they had snow shoes, neck gaiters, calf gaiters (10.00) and the whole lot of winter hiking type stuff. I found a great Marmot deal someone posted on here and they were carrying them here thought he post was from another state, so it's worth checking out if you have a Marshalls close to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DivaB View Post
    Will these be something that would work to use with my hiking boots in the winter instead of investing in snow boots for now?
    I'll use them with my mid Keens more for keepin the back of my pants and boot strings clean. Not sure about bein a substitute for snow boots.
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    hmm didn't see it's elastic at the bottom.. probably not good for snow Diva, there's no "skirt" to deflect the snow, only elastic to prevent debris coming up and your pants dusting the ground.
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    Ok, thanks Slo and HamMike. No Marshalls here, but we do have a new Dicks. (that just sounded entirely wrong! ) It was worth asking though. I'll keep looking around.

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