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  • ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)
  • ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)
  • ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)
  • ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)

ICEtrekkers

ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)

ICEtrekkers

ICETrekkers Diamond Grip Traction Cleats (1 Pair), Medium (Men's 6.5-9/Women's 7.5-10)

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Product Description Product Description
  • Shoe grips designed to provide aggressive traction in winter walking conditions
  • Made of case-hardened steel alloy and strung on steel aircraft cable
  • Riveted to tough rubber sling that fits tennis shoes, boots and dress shoes
  • Sling remains elastic even in subzero temperatures to keep grips secure
  • Self-clearing design prevents snow and ice buildup
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All rusty after one seasonI bought these last year. They do work great on the ice. I do a lot of walking on the backroads of my small town and I loved these on days with icy roads. I've tried a lot of pairs and these have been my favorite. I probably wore them about 20 different times last year. I just pulled them out of a plastic tote container in my house where they have been stored since last March. I was careful to put them away washed and thoroughly dried. They are all rusted. Every one of the metal spike pieces are all rusty and crappy looking. I paid a lot of money for these and expected better. I'm so disappointed. I would not buy them again.Update - I did wear them again last winter even though they were rusted and they still worked great and after a few uses a lot of the rust wore off and they looked much better so I changed my rating from 2-4 stars. I just pulled them out again for this year and they look like a mess again with all the rust (should have sprayed them with wd-40!) but hopefully they will still perform as well again. 4Initial impression and 1 year updateSo I finally got to use these. Had icy sidewalks after a storm here. They stayed on my feet very well and gripped the ice real nice so I could walk with a normal gait. They helped a lot! The one thing I notice however was that they wear down pretty quick on concrete. I walked about 5 miles total. Probably 2.5 miles on packed snow and ice and 2.5 on basically concrete. I don't drag my feet so I wasn't sliding them across the ground (i assume that would wear em out real fast). I got home and slipped em off easy and checked em out. A lot of the previously sharp metal edges were rounded now. They still seemed to perform just as well at the end of my trip as the start so I'm not sure they were rounded enough to affect performance. Moral of the story: don't use them on concrete more than you have to. They seem very solid though and feel like they will last a long time. Hopefully they continue performing well on the ice as well. I will update this when ive used em a lot more.1 year update:So I've used these here and there for a year now (only in winter of course), and they seem to be working just as well as when I first got them. I really have only used them a handful of times. They did rust pretty quick but are still doing their job. For how longer? I'm not sure. Still keeping the rating at 4 stars because they are useful, but I have since started using microspikes instead as they are much better for the things I do. These are great for running in town on icy days though. 4A must-have product if you live in colder climatesI live in Wisconsin where sleet and freezing rain can make the surfaces pretty treacherous to tread upon. It's even worse living near a university as nobody in campus housing keeps their walkways clean, so the constant flow of student foot traffic compacts the snow underneath the top layer into ice. I try to get out and walk five miles a day if I can, but we had the better part of a week this winter where freezing rain made venturing past the front steps a near impossible feat. I turned around, went in the house and ordered these, even after wincing at the price momentarily. As it turned out, it was one of the best $40 I've ever spent, sight unseen.A couple days after the ice storm, I decided to put them to the test by taking my sister's red pointer mix out for a walk. The dog is about 70lbs and, as much as love the little fart, he is by no means "well-behaved." He thinks every venture out into the neighborhood is a tracking expedition, apparently; he pulls like tank. Well, I'm pleased to report that that was one of the most agreeable walks we've ever taken - even easier than summer walks when I can get away with my loafers. The ICETrekkers gave me superior traction, even with constant ice and snow patches on the sidewalks. I could put my energy into maintaining a comfortable place and cleaning up any messes that he made. It was effortless!I cannot recommend these enough if you have to deal with slippery wintery surfaces. 5ICETrekkers/Yaktrax Diamond Grips and sizingI don't usually write reviews and wouldn't do so after using a product once only but am doing so as others may be as confused as I was. I ordered the ICETrekkers Diamond Grip and received the Yaktrax Diamond Grip. Box is different but the cleats are clearly identical to the ICETrekkers except mine are labelled Yaktrax. Further confusion - I went to my local REI to get a traction device after slipping badly on icy trails recently; they were out of my size in the ICETrekkers (which I was interested in based on reviews) and the box was clearly that of ICETrekkers, but online from REI they actually sell the Yaktrax Diamond Grip. No worries though - I called ICETrekkers today and the products are one and the same. They supply the Diamond Grips for Yaktrax. (Makes sense, as Diamond Grip is trademarked!).I've used them once already for a hike on nearby compacted snow and ice covered hill trails recently and they worked well, really controlled slipping (very little except on the rare very steep spot). They are moderately easy to put on although needs a big stretch to get the rubber fully up the edges of the soles so that only the metal chains touch the walking surface.Be aware that you need to size up for larger shoes. The sizing providing online is for standard shoes. I purchased the medium to fit my women's size 8.5 hiking boots (and also my insulated 8.5 boots which are slightly bulkier). The box indicates you should add one size up for boots and for insulated boots add two sizes (for all size Diamond Grips). 5Ultimately disappointedOffers great traction in the varied snow & ice conditions we experience during winters here in New Hampshire. Unfortunately I ended up disappointed due to the lack of longevity of the product, which is the reason for the downgrade. Mine only lasted two seasons, the failure point being at the back of the heel where the stress eventually wore thru the plastic bearing & left the chain link pulling directly on the cable. I was very careful w/ the care & maintenance of these, rinsing after each use & allowing them to air dry. A tweak in the design to increase longevity or an easy way to repair/replace the cable would make them 5 star. 3No so good in higher temperatures, Cable broke after 2 seasons use.I have had many other such ice grippers and this one is the best so far. They fit on my boots quickly and securely and remove easily. Unlike many other grippers, the ICETrekkers don't slip around on the sole of the boot. They also do not destabilize your foot like more aggressive crampon-type grippers do. They are so stable and light that I forget that I have them on at all.For me, they are perfect for trail ice/rock surfaces and packed snow but I certainly wouldn't want to use them in place of a true crampon for glacier travel. I also would elect to use snowshoes with crampons for deep snow. I don't ice fish but if I did, these grippers would be my first choice.P.S: The ICETrekkers broke after 2-years use (only in winters). The front square section cable just parted and several of the little traction grippers fell off - never to be seen again. Originally I gave a 3-star rating, but now I'm changing it to a single star - not recommended at all.Somethings to consider:~Buy one size larger to fit over hiking boots.~Think twice about using these grippers on street shoes since the spikes on the little rollers face in all directions and could conceivably damage leather soles.~Don't forget to remove them before you walk into you house ............ Don't ask!Edit: After a few months use this winter (2013-14) I've discovered a drawback to these IceTreckker grippers. As I've indicated above, they're terrific on ice and packed show. Today I used them on a new light snow at a temperature of 27-deg F and they picked up snow on the bottom of my boots. There was so much of this packed snow on my boot soles that it quickly became difficult to walk. I had to stop every few strides and knock off the 1" packed layer that formed or risk bending an ankle. The grippers were actually holding that packed snow in place very efficiently thus defeating their intended purpose. 1I'd love to give them a 5-star ratingIceTrekker Diamond Grips work well for improving traction on ice and hard packed snow. I'd love to give them a 5-star rating, but I've now had to replace two pairs in two years due to the rubber breaking. One broke as I was stretching it onto my boot; that happened in the first winter I owned them. The company replaced them free of charge (although it cost me 1/4 of their price in return shipping cost). This season, one of the second new pair broke when its chain got caught on a branch stub sticking out of a log I was stepping over; the rubber broke where the chain attaches to it. IceTrekker said they would replace this pair also (although the warranty period has passed), and I've sent the pair to them (again, another $8 in shipping cost). The rubber used in these just isn't strong enough to survive the stretching to be expected of them. If they would change from rubber to a reinforced strap of some kind, with an adjustable closure, these would be much better. I doubt that it would take any longer to put them on, and they'd be much more reliable. Having one break in the woods is not a good thing when you're relying on them. I give the company credit for replacing them, but that still costs me money, and at least two weeks without use of them. The diamond grips appear to be durable, as well as effective, but I can't really say how long they'd last because I haven't gotten through a winter with one pair yet. 35 Stars with a little additionI live in Southeast Alaska home of water on ice for months and these are solid performers in my opinion. I've had two sets now for a couple of years and these are a great product. The fit - I use a size 11 Sorrel and X-Large (Mens 13) ICETrekker which works though even these seem like a tight squeeze - but they are rubber and expected to stretch and a guy with size 13 Sorrels will be a hurking dude with lots of rubber stretching strength right? I like the sharp points for gripping ice - the con is that you definitely don't want to walk inside with them. Another con for using these in brush/woods/swamps etc is that they can be stripped off your foot by low woody brush like blueberries without you knowing it - This is why I now have 1 and a half pairs of these. The solution is to add a strap/cord/bungee across the top - I use the ball bungees adjusted in length for a secure but not overly constrictive fit. I gave 5 stars instead of 4 in spite of the stripping-off-your-feet problem because I think that a handy person can come up with a better tie-down solution for themselves than what a company may. Also, personally I find it way better to put these on my boots before I put the boots on but that is an old stiff guy talking, a limber spritely person shouldn't have any problem. 5Broke after limited useI bought 2 pairs of these, one for me and the husband. We barely used them last season because we had more snow than ice, but this year it has been crazy. Snow, then melt, then ice, over and over. We have both worn them frequently this winter, sometimes just to get out the front door to the car. Husband makes probably 5 trips a day back and forth across the driveway to feed goats and chickens. No, we did not "care for them properly" by drying them off after every use, as that would be time-consuming and impractical, but they are not overly rusty. My pair is still usable, Husband's both broke the same day at a time when we can't afford to be without them. Having read other reviews, if it is that costly to return them, we might just need another solution because I suspect these will break again.I am giving 2 stars rather than 1 because they worked great while they were still working. 2Robust and functionalI used these almost every day during a winter trip to Iceland. They worked great for everything from Icy parking lots to hiking over Icebergs and glaciers. The only fault I found is that under very aggressive use they can rotate to where one side will slip from under the sole of the shoe and they have to be re-centered. I noticed that the high end shops in Reykjavik sold this exact brand and you can be sure Icelanders know what works on Ice. 4
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