Here is a link to pics on the easycare site. http://www.easycareinc.com/our_boots...oot_glove.aspx
Or did you want pics of MY gloves?
I do not find them difficult to put on. For the fronts I get his knee in my hip joint to push against and then twist slightly left and right while pulling them on. When they are on and secure, they won't twist anymore. But I still check the center of his bulbs to make certain they are centered.
Sometimes when it is cold out, the boot can be a little more difficult to install. In those cases sometimes when I put his foot down the boot is not really fully installed. I pick it back up and use a dead blow mallet to tap then the rest of the way on. For that reason I generally bring the boots inside the night before if it is cold. 22F for the ovenite low last night.
The fit kit is 3 boots shells, one above and one below what you've measured for. Measurement and trim are important. The video for the boots and instructions for measurement should be followed carefully as with the video for the fit kit. The fit kit is $12 for shipping to and from. They send a USPS package all addressed and paid for to return the boot shells.
The boot shells can be purchased at 4/$88 which makes replacement $22 each. Not bad if you can just replace and use the old gaiters.
The new gaiter is a little more difficult to install as it does not stay folded back but it is much better than the old. I use one hand to hold it back while twisting it onto the foot.
So anyhow, once you spend $12 for the fit kit you will have your own idea of whether they are or are not difficult to apply.
Since I often cross water and have had problems with foot infections, I have begun adding a dilute solution of Lysol to the boot after installation. Not really necessary for a dry ride, but with water crossing it's a good idea for any boot that will hold water, IMO.