Genuine British Army MVP gaiters. British Army equivalent of Gore-Tex known as MVP (Moisture vapour permeability).
Full length side zip and hook & loop fastening, draw cord and toggle top, with good front of boot coverage.
One size fits most
Condition: Used/Excellent - Item is near unused. There may be some minor signs of use or marks from storage. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide
Was looking at brand name gaiters for ridiculous prices and then found these, was a bit unsure about them being issued. When they arrived I wouldn't have known that they hadn't come straight from the factory. The quality is brilliant and the simple design is perfect for scrub bashing in all weather. The MVP work just as well as any brand name stuff I've used in the past and the cord that goes around the sole is still standing up well despite rough use. Very nice not to have to take the boots off for creek crossings any more. So good bought a pair for family.
Excellent designed gaiter and very hard wearing. High quality and great price, I’m not why I would ever pay over$100 for a gaiter when you can get these for $40! So glad I got them.
Fantastic overnight delivery to the Twizel. Gaiters condition like brand new and paid for the used pair. Well constructed,tough and durable. Ill be back
Was initially a little hesitant buying a set of these given they were used.
However as soon as they arrived I could see they were absolutely excellent quality and very, very well made (I doubt mine had been used or worn at all as they appeared brand new).
Aside from this they are hands down the best gaiters I've owned or even seen before. SUPER durable, stopping gorse and blackberry without any issues what so ever. Are fully waterproof through wet grass, scrub and bush along with river crossings. Unless of course the water is up over your knees and enters via the top.
I rate these 10/10 without hesitation! In my opinion they're better than any commercial name brands on the market, and i really push my gear when in the bush.
Couldn't be more impressed with them!