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Old 11-20-2008, 02:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so i got some new pants in. they are actually made for boarding

last year i had some walmart pants and they were ya know.. walmart pants


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do i put the gaitors over my boots? or in them.. i feel like it's better on the outside.. like keepin out snow and such.. but i was just making sure

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Old 11-20-2008, 02:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nick, the gaitors should go over your boots. Some gaitors have a hook that attaches to your boot laces to keep them in place.
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sweetness.. i just got the pants in today from the fedex truck and was walking out the door for work so i couldnt inspect them!

thanks bud!


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I put my gaiters in between the liner and the shell.
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I usually just pull my entire pant legs over my boot and then strap in. I've never had any problems with snow getting in, but my pants do make it quite a ways down my boot...
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I put my gaiters in between the liner and the shell.
Wouldn't that just channel water into your boot?

I always use the little hook on the end to snag them on the laces so they don't slip off.
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Wouldn't that just channel water into your boot?
Not at all. I tried them outside, but I just didn't like it.
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Now that i think about it..my liner is inside my boot as well with the outside part covering my boot...
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