Noun(1) a cloth covering (a legging(2) a shoe covering the ankle with elastic gores in the sides(3) legging consisting of a cloth or leather covering for the leg from the knee to the ankle
(1) With an adjustable cord at the top and elasticated features to tightly secure the gaiter around the ankle and foot these are not bad at all.(2) The Mountain Hardwear Trail Gaiter is an above-ankle gaiter perfect for early spring and late fall runs and hikes.(3) the yellow gaiter around the gearstick ripped slightly(4) Trousers and gaitered trousers are the preferred uniform item for the British Army late war impression.(5) We make complete bug suits, headnets, mitts, gaiters and even fly masks for horses.(6) He is believed to be wearing a red and black windstopper fleece, black long sleeve base layer top, green plus-four trousers, blue gaiters , a red hat and grey socks with brown boots.(7) One afternoon we were sitting in the bar when a green-faced bishop stretched out his gaitered leg and tripped up a rosy-faced mandarin from Whitehall.(8) I was all gaitered up but a lot of the day was spend jumping from log to grass tussock and back to log.(9) In deep snow, a pair of gaiters is also useful to prevent snow from cascading over your boot tops.(10) The men wear an oddly Victorian combination of stylized frock coats and gaiters , seemingly Gaultier-influenced.(11) All right, but on Christmas Eve, don't be surprised if a Father Christmas comes down the chimney, six feet tall wearing a red hat and white gaiters .(12) During the Korean War, for example, Marines continued to wear their yellow protective gaiters over their boots after the U.S. Army stopped using them.(13) Breeches and waistcoats became more important in their uniformity as more of them was revealed by the turning back of coat skirts, and long gaiters began to be worn, only to be shortened by the 1770s.(14) In the cobbled backstreets mustachioed old men in tweed jackets and gaiters drive decorated carts at breakneck speeds.(15) They wear dark blue coats with red facings and lining, and white small clothes with gaitered trousers.(16) After all, I had distanced myself from the granola crowd the year before by skiing in knickers rather than blue jeans and gaiters .
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