My snow pants have an inner layer with an elastic bottom and an outer layer. Does this inner layer get tucked inside my boots or in between the inner boot and outer boot?
Don’t tuck them in. The inner layer (gaiter) has elastic and goes around the boots. There is a hook that you attach to your boot laces to keep them from riding up. Thus layer keeps the snow from coming in your boots. The outer layer provides insulation, decoration and abrasion and water resistance. it goes over the boot as well.
Between the inner and outer boot.
If you tuck it inside the inner boot, the snow/water will get inside your boot.
I used to stretch the elastic layer over my entire boot. My new pants aren’t wide enough though, so I just stuff em in.
i tuck mine in between the outer and inner boot. if i tuck them in my inner boot i get blisters
The inner layer goes in your boots, you put it there before you tie them, then the outer layer goes over the boot so no snow gets in. 🙂 🙂
tuck the inner layer into your boot and if that fails tuck the whole thing or wear long socks
you put the elastic around the outside of your boot
i say get good pants or just tuck them in like people always do ? ……………………….