Hazard 4 from the beginning got us used to the avant-garde thought in designing tactical equipment, such as the first practical photo bags on the market. The company has been following its path from the very beginning, offering its clients non-mainstream solutions on the border of outdoor with a tactical flair, especially visible in the range of backpacks and bags that prevail in the manufacturer offer. The Hazard 4, however, also makes other products and it is precisely this list that has been joined by "tactical" gaiters.
First shown at this year's Shot Show in Las Vegas, Mandogator gaiters are marketed as the largest gaiters on the market and come in one size - XL (Extra Large). They are anatomically contoured. The lower part is made of Cordura 1000D, the upper part is made of a stretchy, breathable, but also waterproof membrane. As gaiters are used in wet environments (snow, mud, tall and wet vegetation), no metal elements were used.
The currently available colors are Coyote Brown and Black.
Certainly the very quality of workmanship, to which Hazard 4 has accustomed us so far, may tempt more demanding users, but what distinguishes these gaiters is the placement of MOLLE tapes on their outer and front sides. Admittedly, recent trends are slowly moving away from placing cargo pockets in trousers near the calf, so whether such a solution will pass the test of functionality will be verified by the reaction from the market.