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Editors' Choice Snow Award 2013: Fits Pro Ski Sock

Socks so comfortable, you won't want to take them off.

Gear Review: Montane Tourbillon Event Stretch Gaiter

The ultimate tall, tough gaiters for the shoulder season.

Gear Review: Outdoor Research Stamina Gaiters

A beneficial hiking shoe-addition to help buffer snow, slush, and debris.

Gear Guide 2012: Bargain Gaiters

Two gaiter styles–one full-coverage and one ultralight–that cost $50 or less.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2011: Socks & Gaiters

From short to tall to toe socks - we have a performance sock for every foot.

Gear Review: Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiter

Cordura and Gore-Tex gaiters that have been a staff favorite for years.

Gear Review: Black Diamond GTX FrontPoint Gaiters

Bomber gaiters that block out slime.

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: Tubbs Xplore Snowshoe Kit

Anyone on your holiday lineup looking to launch into snowshoeing? Tubbs has packaged up three essentials into this smart, well-priced starter kit.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2010: Socks & Gaiters

Whether you're skiing, postholing, or just building a snow fort with the kids we have the socks and gaiters for every condition.

Gear Review: TSL Trek Short Gaiter

These zippered gaiters keep out crusty debris.

Gear Review: Outdoor Research Salamander Gaiter

These gaiters thrive in wet, wet conditions.

Gear Review: Black Diamond FrontPoint Gaiter

Made for ice climbers–perfect for anyone who needs tough, tall gaiters.

Gear Review: Mountain Hardware Seta Strapless Running Gaiters

Minimalist gaiters to keep out dirt and debris

Gear Review: MontBell Stretch Gaiter

These lightweight ankle gaiters stretch over any light to midweight shoe.

Gear Review: Feathered Friends Down Booties

These 800-fill down booties come complete with a detachable outer layer.

Gear Review: Mountain Hardwear Pinnacle Stretch Gaiter

These burly Mountain Hardwear mountaineering gaiters performed equally well with lightweight scrambling shoes.

Gear Review: EMS Spindrift Gaiters

These leak-free polyurethane-coated nylon gaiters are less than $30.

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