Kahtoola Connect Gaiter - Low

Kahtoola Connect Gaiter - Low
Kahtoola Connect Gaiter - Low
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Connect Gaiter - Low by Kahtoola
Sometimes slippery ice is only half of your worries whenever you're exploring wintry wonderlands. The other half involves keeping snow out of your shoes, which is a worry easily dissolved with Kahtoola's Low Connect Gaiter strapped to your NanoSpikes or MicroSpikes crampons. This gaiter connects durably water-resistant material over your shoe so you can tread through soft snow without wet pant cuffs afterward.

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SKU: KHT000E
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