Keep ice traction cleats in your car for emergencies...
Don't risk a fall, when you can safely walk on the snow and ice with ice traction cleats for your shoes or boots, and even your cane. Ice cleats are available in several styles, sizes, and brands.
Ice cleats or as some may call them Ice Spikes are incredibly useful if you do a lot of walking in the winter time. These cleats can take the worry of falling out of your walking.
Ice cleats can fit onto the bottom of any pair of shoes turning them into Snow Shoes when they need to be. So rather than having different shoes you can just add the ice cleats when you need them, and take them off when they are not needed.
So if you dread your walk to work or even to the shops in the winter time Ice cleats could be the ideal thing for you as they can be a great safety tool.
If you are have to do a lot of walking in snow and ice then you will want to look into buying yourself a good pair of Ice cleats. They can go a long way to making you feel safer when you are out and about in the winter months.
Yaktrax Pro Traction Cleats for Snow & Ice
These Yaktrax Walker Traction Cleats for Snow and Ice
Product Description: "Enjoy better traction, confidence, and safety while hiking on packed snow or ice with this set of Yaktrax Pro traction cleats. Boasting a patented spikeless coil design, the Yaktrax Pro cleats let you move about naturally with the same solid grip you're accustomed to on dry surfaces.
As a result, you can walk or run as you normally would, giving you stability on ice and snow like you've never felt before.
The cleats are made of high-strength, abrasion-resistant 1.4 mm steel coils and heavy-duty natural rubber. This helps the cleats easily conform to the shape of your boot or shoe.
The SkidLock coils also provide 360 degrees of traction on cold surfaces, so you'll feel stable in all directions. And because the Yaktrax Pro cleats are safe in temperatures as low as -41 degrees Fahrenheit, you'll be able to wear the cleats in a variety of environments, from Wisconsin winter streets to the icy slopes of Mount Rainier.
The Yaktrax Pro cleats are available in small, medium, large, and extra-large sizes."
Keep a pair of old sneakers in your car with the traction cleats already attached and you'll always be ready if caught out in bad weather in your good shoes.
STABILicers Lite Ice Cleats
Stay Safe on Snow & Ice!
Product Description: "STABILicers Lite Ice Cleats offer in-step safety. Cleated snowtires for your feet! Top traction without the slip-ups. Rubber-like overshoe design is tough as nails. Metal non-slip cleats "bite" ice for sure-grip traction.
Easily fit over any shoe or boot. Each weighs approx. 11 ozs. State Size. Mens Size: Small fits 4-7, Medium fits 7.5-10 and Large 10.5-13. Women's Size: Small fits 5-8 and Medium fits 8.5-12. Play it safe, get yours today!"
ICEtrekkers Diamond Grip Shoe Chains
For boots, too!
Diamond Grip Shoe Chains are the greatest innovation in ice cleats. They work great on ice, snow, and packed snow. They have a sturdy rubber sling that is designed to hold to your shoe and still be flexible in sub zero tempertures. ICEtrekkers are one of the best selling ice cleats available.
ICEtrekkers Shoe Chains (1 Pair)
ICEtrekkers are the ultimate ice cleats
ICEtrekkers designed by Kako for the best traction and comfort for whatever nature offers. ICEtrekkers are designed for maximum use and user comfort. These are not disposable lightweight Ice Cleats.
Slip-on Shoe Spikes
Snow chains for your shoes!
Kahtoola MICROspikes Pocket Traction System
Kahtoola's MICROspikes are a pocket-sized traction system that allow anyone, of any age, to get out and safely enjoy winter. These slip-on spikes dig into all types of terrain - ice, packed snow, wet rocks, concrete, and scree. Extremely durable, they attach securely to your footwear and require no special buckles or straps.
Yaktrax Walker Traction Cleats for Snow and Ice
Traction cleats designed to help you walk on packed snow or ice
Looking for an easy-to-use, lightweight traction device for your shoes? Turn to the spikeless Yaktrax Walker traction cleats, which offer 10 times the gripping points as any spike-based traction device. Ideal for pedestrians, the elderly, businesspeople, or anyone else who wants greater stability on ice and snow, the Yaktrax Walkers are terrific for walking to and from work, school, or even the mailbox down the street. (Mountain climbers should consider the Yaktrax Pro cleats, which are designed for more arduous conditions.)
Each Yaktrax Walker is made out of an injection-molded thermal plastic elastomer that's lightweight yet durable. The coils are also protected against rusting, with a hand-wound design that provides 360 degrees of traction on ice and snow. Every step you take in the Yaktrax Walker places hundreds of biting edges in direct contact with the ice beneath your feet, with the high-strength horizontal coils providing forward and backward stability while the vertical coil pattern provides side-to-side stability. And thanks to the sturdy outerband--which conforms to the length and width of your boot or shoe--the cleats fit securely throughout the day but slip off in an instant.
Suitable for temperatures as low as -41 degrees F, the Yaktrax Walkers have been approved and recommended by the National Health & Wellness Club and the Handyman Club of America. The Yaktrax Walkers are available in extra-small, small, medium, and large sizes.
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