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Posted in response to Snake Gaiters from Carl on January 31, 2008 at 19:22:19:

Re: Snake Gaiters

I've never used the gaiters,but use chaps or leggons as some call them.Where we look for petrified wood its very large Rattlers. Never been hit by a snake,couple years ago I had just sharpened my machete and while cutting under brush hit myself in the knee very hard. These chaps saved my knee its was only bruised very bad. If they will stop a sharp machete they should stop a snake. Mine go all the way to the hip and are very hot in warm weather. KOR Bobby B

From Bobby B - February 01, 2008 at 20:49:39

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