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That is helped in part by VW's Digital Cockpit and the eight-inch touchscreen, as well as little touches like the leather gaiter around the gear-shift lever.
Backcountry skiers should buy taller, more supportive boots (like a hiking boot) with a gaiter ring.
Between rosy cheeks, a 1,000-watt smile beamed across the small portion of her uncovered face beneath beanie and above neck gaiter.
My favorite trick is soaking my hat and neck gaiter — keeping the blood flow to your head and neck cool does a great job of regulating temperature.
To keep detritus out, protect your shoes’ ankle openings with a good pair of gaiters.
This hiking must is a neck gaiter/bandana/sun guard/scarf that can be worn 16 ways, says Will Elliott of Paragon Guides in Vail, Colorado.
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Origin and Etymology of gaiter
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Definition of gaiter for English Language Learners
: a cloth or leather covering worn over the lower part of the leg especially to keep the legs and ankles dry when hiking
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