Description

Field Shield Waterproof

Features

Integration system with knickerbockers
Waterproof
Water tight zippers
All seams are carefully sealed
2-way front zipper for easy access to boot buckles
Heavy duty reinforcements on inside bottom
Replaceable tough underfoot strap and lace hook inside front bottom
One-time setting of top elastic band.

Fabric

Stretch 3-layer from  Schoeller Switzerland.
c_change membrane
20.000mm watercolumn
12% polyamide / 30% polyurethane / 58% polyester

Size guide

Peak Boot Cut Gaiters measurements
S M L
Body height 150-165 165-180 180-200
Gaiter length 49 52 55
Body height 59-65 65-71 71-78 ¾
Gaiter length 19 ¼ 20 ½ 21 ¾

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What others are saying

  1. Marius

    Used the gaiters with my peak knickerbockers. Easy to attach and goes nice over my downhill boots.

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  2. Nikolai

    Very handy and performs perfect! Used them while hiking woods in Norway, combined with the knickerbockers. Protects both boots and legs!! All year use!

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  3. Great overall Gaiters

    max (verified owner)

    I´ve used these while snowboarding and on a few trekks, and I find them great overall. I don´t like the colors of the other models, so I pretty much just went with the Skauen model for that single reason, but now I´m in love with them.

    I´m 184cm, 73kg, and I went with a size Medium (If I´d go with Large, they´d feel enormous). They fit precisely over my snowboard boots and work with my trekking shoes. I wouldn´t say they are waterproof, but they are weatherproof. They look fantastic, feel sturdy, and are very easy to take on/off and connect to your knickers.

    The only bad I could say was that one of the buttons fell off the first time I was adjusting the fit to my calves, which was unfortunate being up the slopes. However, I believe I was just unlucky and that it was a faulty button to begin with.

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