In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1polainas femininea pair of gaiters — unas polainas
- After all, I had distanced myself from the granola crowd the year before by skiing in knickers rather than blue jeans and gaiters.
- Anyone planning to go on this walk should think seriously about wearing long trousers or protective gaiters because the hillsides in this part of Mount Mee State Forest have a waist-high covering of a spiky shrub called bitter pea.
- 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.
- Accessories like chain mail scarves and gaiters add new touches to old looks.
- Snow soon crams the tops of your gaiters and crawls its icy way down to your ankles.
- We make complete bug suits, headnets, mitts, gaiters and even fly masks for horses.
- Which we did - twice. Luckily my gaiters protected my lower legs, but between shorts and gaiters my legs got scratched up pretty bad.
- 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.
- The tails of his black cloth coat were pinned up behind to keep them from rubbing; he had on a pair of moleskin trousers and leather gaiters, and in his hand he carried a little whip of rhinoceros hide.
- The men wear an oddly Victorian combination of stylized frock coats and gaiters, seemingly Gaultier-influenced.
- The period saw the transition of British Army uniform from red wool serge coats to khaki cotton, and gaiters were replaced by puttees.
- We drape our snow gaiters and boots around the stove, hoping they'll dry overnight.
- In the cobbled backstreets mustachioed old men in tweed jackets and gaiters drive decorated carts at breakneck speeds.
- In deep snow, a pair of gaiters is also useful to prevent snow from cascading over your boot tops.
- Other recommended items included emergency food, pocket knife, compass, flashlights, matches and tire starter, whistle, rain gear, extra underwear, gaiters, balaclava and face mask.
- The next morning we awoke to overcast skies and a light snowfall, but I was too excited about the challenge of the day to be bothered by the weather, as we geared up with our ski suits, gaiters, rucksacks and the all important snowshoes.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- The Mountain Hardwear Trail Gaiter is an above-ankle gaiter perfect for early spring and late fall runs and hikes.
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