A popular gaiter for any outdoor activity, the Sea to Summit Quagmire eVent Gaiter offers an incredibly comfortable fit, and reliable protection from scrub, snow and mud.
Durable eVent® upper fabric provides superior breathability and moisture protection, while a tough 1000 denier base delivers extra durability where it is needed, and seals snugly around your boots.
The 50mm velcro closure on the front provides superior fit adjustment and shin protection. Finished off with alloy and stainless steel hardware, inner ankle scuff pads, and a replaceable foot strap, the Quagmire gaiters offer reliable and durable protection on any trail.
I have used the on three days trip to Snowy mountains. They have been great, easy to put on and off. I walk through snow two days and they have provided a great protection.
Very strong, waterproof, and fit well. Also comfortable to walk in. Long wet grass no longer a problem, and nice armour against poisonous snakes.
Perfect on all hikes and they provide extra warmth around the calves. Calf strap is adjustable rather than elastic which is awesome.
Bottom strap that sits at bottom of the shoe is a little annoying/difficult to adjust at first but if you do it beforehand you'll only really ever need to do it that once. It's a sturdy strap so hopefully will last a long time.
Hi, i have short legs, 30cm from ankle to bottom of knee so would these quagmire gaiters be too long or do they come in diff height sizes as well as calf sizes. Which ones should i go for?
The Quagmire Event Gaiters only come in general sizes. What’s important though is that the gaiter fits around your calf snugly but not too tight.
The small size has a calf circumference of 37-40cm and is 32H cm high. So height wise it should be ok, but definitely give your calves a measure and if they are bigger than that, you might need to consider a different model.
A shorter option is the Spinifex Ankle Gaiters by Sea to Summit, these ones are 22cm high but only come in one size which you can look at here.
Hi team, trying to decide between Quagmire and Quagmire eVent. From the details I read that Quagmire is not waterproof and is only water resistant. The eVent is fully waterproof. Do I need my gaiters to be water proof? When you say Quagmire is water resistant, are they likely to get wet and heavy? I am buying these primarily for Green Gully Track in NSW, with a view for use in the future (Overland Track, etc). Please help me choose.
For hot harsh environments, you're better off with canvas gaiters such as the Quagmires as they are a little tougher. They will get a little heavier when wet, but it shouldn't be very noticeable. For wet and cold environments, you would want the waterproof Quagmire eVent gaiters.
Since both those locations that you're planning on hiking in are on the cold/rainy side - the Quagmire eVent gaiters look to be the better option for you.
I'm considering buying theses but need some help as to how to choose what size to buy?
With gaiters you go by calf size, so crack out a tape measure and measure your calves and then compare it to the sizes these gaiters come in.
For calf circumferences these gaiters come in Small - 37-40cm, Medium 39-42cm, Large 41-45cm, and X-Large 43-47cm.
You want to make sure they're a firm fit so that they’re effective. If you’re still unsure you can give us a call or get back to us and we can give you a hand selecting the best size for you.
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