Welcome to the Gaiter Guide…
Whether you’re a total beginner or a professional aerialist, sometimes finding the right aerial boots can be difficult. Choosing the right aerial boots can be hard because they come in different materials, lengths, some have reinforcement options etc.
The purpose of this guide is to help you find out which material will suit your aerial art and which length is best for that discipline.
You will also find out how to shape your gaiter perfectly to your leg and also how to keep them in great condition for years to come.
It is no secret that aerial work hurts! Bruises can arise in places that you never thought possible.
Intro to Aerial Boots
Aerial Boots are also known as aerial trapeze gaiters. They provide protection to the foot and ankle during training and performance. Depending on the length of gaiter, they can also protect all the way up, to the bottom of the knee.
Prevention is always better than cure – so if you are considering starting aerial activities, it would be wise to purchase gaiters before you do any possibly lasting nerve damage to the foot.
- Section 1 | Styles and Lengths GO
- Section 2 | Materials and What they do Best GO
- Section 3 | Sizes and MeasuringGO
- Section 4 | The Custom Boot Guide GO
- Section 5 | Our Products GO
- Section 6 | Gaiter Care GO
If you are a seasoned aerialist, you will be able to use your knowledge to purchase the best gaiters for your needs.
Leather Aerial Boots for Women with Choice of Colours
Aerial Boots for Women
Our short boots come to about 3″ above the ankle and the long boots come up to just below the knee. Please refer to the size chart and measuring guide for help with choosing sizes.There is a custom sized option if you don’t quite fit in the chart.
You need to choose the size, colour and length to view the total. If you have any problems at all contact us.
We accept returns within 7 days in UK and 14 days from the rest of the world.