Razer Snake Gaiters are light-weight (each gaiter weighs only 13 ounces) and are uniquely contoured to fit around your calves. A toe cover protects the laces of your boot. This means you have 12 inches of snake bite protection (approximately knee to ankle) with an additional 5 inches of protection over the top of your foot. 1000 denier nylon cordura covers polycarbonate inserts to stop snake fangs, cacti needles, briars, thorns, sticks, etc. Gaiters also help keep your pants clean and dry. Always wear snake gaiters over pants and with thick boots that fangs cannot penetrate. One size fits most! Razer Snake Gaiters are adjustable and will fit calves 13 to 20 inches in diameter. Measure around your calf while wearing pants. Available in black, tan, and camo. Each pair comes with a FREE black nylon storage bag.
LIGHT-WEIGHT & DURABLE: 1000 denier nylon cordura covers polycarbonate inserts to stop snake fangs, cacti needles, briars, thorns, sticks, etc. Each gaiter weighs only 13 ounces — a pair is 1 lb, 11 oz.
FORM FITTING & COMFORTABLE: Unique design of 13 polycarbonate panels offer protection— 1 large center panel to protect the front of your lower leg, plus 12 narrow panels (6 on each side) that smoothly wrap around each calf. Tighten straps and buckles for comfort.
ONE SIZE for MEN & WOMEN: One size fits calf sizes 13-20 inches when measured over pants.
LAB TESTED for SAFETY: Tested to ASTM F1342-05 Puncture Resistance of Protective Clothing Test Standard and ASTM D5420-16 Falling Weight Gardner Impact. Click here to view lab certifications.
TESTED on LIVE RATTLESNAKES! See video at bottom of page - test performed by Olympus Reptiles
Spot cleand with soap and water as needed.
3 year replacement warranty for defects in materials.
FREE nylon storage bag with locking drawstring cinch cord!
Watch Razer Snake Gaiters being tested on LIVE SNAKES!
Does the Average Person Need to Wear Snake Gaiters?
The odds of the “average” person being bitten by a rattlesnake is low— that is, if you’re an “average” city dweller or someone who doesn’t hike, hunt, or work around timber. But what if you spend a great deal of time outdoors in known snake country either working or playing or both? Then you might want to take the threat of snakebite seriously and protect yourself with rattlesnake gaiters or by wearing snake proof boots. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 7,000 - 8,000 venomous snakebites occur per year in the United States. While bites rarely causes death, a snake fang strike can easily result in the loss of a limb due to complications from swelling and infection. Not to mention how extremely painful and expensive (due to the cost of anti-venom) a bite can turn out to be.
It's not easy to know which snakes are poisonous and which aren't. A triangular shaped head and cat-like eyes are giveaways that a snake is venomous. Non-venomous snakes have round heads and round pupils. Venomous snakes will normally be heavier and fatter, too. The Western Diamondback, also called the Pacific Western Rattlesnake, is one of the most common member of the viper family. A common myth about any species of rattlesnake is that they are vicious and go around looking for someone to bite. The fact is that most actually only strike in self-defense or to obtain food. Self-defense includes when they are startled, and that’s exactly when the “average” person is bitten— when they accidentally step on or near a viper, or are working in tall weeds or around wood piles. When not basking out in the sun, most of a snake’s time is spent hiding under a rock or a bush. If you have ever hiked through the woods, chances are you have passed within a foot or so from a rattler and luckily never knew it.
So why take a chance? If you spend a good amount of time where snakes live, protect yourself by wearing snake proof gaiters or snake proof boots. Luckily, Razer snake gaiters for women and snake gaiters for men are the same product.