Yaktrax Walker Traction Shoe Cleats: Great on Snow and Ice
With the crazy weather this year you need somethign that will keep you safe when walking on the ice or snow. The Yaktrax shoe cleats are great for walking on ice with out slipping. The yaktraxs are perfect for anyone because you can use it for hiking in the winter, walking your dog, you can use them while snow blowing so that you can keep your balance. I like using these for snow blowing because it can get slippery behind the blower. I know i can trust the shoes on my feet with this 360 degree grip because each part bites into the ice unlike a normal rubber sole shoe. Yaktrax Walker traction cleats offer 10 times the gripping points as any spike-based traction device. Yaktrax can be worn in temperatures as low as -41 degrees Fahrenheit.
The patented design of the Walker makes it a unique solution to walking on packed snow and ice. The outer band conforms to the length and width of your boot or shoe. The high strength horizontal coils provide forward and backward stability. The vertical coil pattern provide side-to-side stability so that you can walk in any direction and still know you have the safety of your feet under you.
These yaktraxs make perfect gifts for anyone especially that elder person in your life. This helps them not fall as easily on the ice.
- Walks well on ice
- Fits on current shoe
- Easy to put on
- Some people say they break easily
- There are a couple shoes out their it doesn't fit perfect
- They can fall off so get the dayglo orange for easy finding
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