In an effort to reduce the drag of cover on my legs, I got OR gaiters. They help because they're made of slick cordura and are semi-snug to the legs. After several days of hunting, they show no signs of wear and were unaffected by tough cover. Nothing came loose even partially. They're fairly easy to put on as they have a velcro closure at the front that runs the entire length, from top to bottom. A metal hook secures the front of the lower edge over the laces. An adjustable strap that goes under the boot just in front of the heel keeps them down. At the top is a cloth cinch with a pinch buckle that tightens them up just below the knee to keep them up. Very nice product that reduces the effort needed to walk through cover. With the toes and front of the soles of my boots coated with Tuff Toe, I think I've cut cover drag as much as possible. Any other ideas most welcome.