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It's obviously not the buyer, but the thing is either so hard to use, or doesn't work at all.
I bought these spikes to assist in climbing trees, but it does not really matter what I intended to climb; they will not stay on my feet.
Ok let's be honest about these... No way in all of hell are you going to climb something with these.
its OK for what it is and for the price, its not bad!! just don't expect to be a Ninja lol!!!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cheaply made bent right away...no good id like a refund
Or chance to buy another diff product esp how it was a gift
I was extremely disappointed in this product. We purchased it to aid a guy that was cutting down some trees. One of the claws broke the first time he used it.Published 3 months ago by Joanne Farmer
Amazing quality, build, and fit! However, I'm not sure if I don't know how to use them right...but they don't see to work for climbing much objects(unless you consider getting them... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ashton
Really there not bad maybe you should go on youtube and look up chosunninja shika claws it will show you that you can't go up to any tree there are specific ones Jesus, do some... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wow
It's obviously not the buyer, but the thing is either so hard to use, or doesn't work at all. It sucks.Published 12 months ago by Horacio Sena
The laces are a little too short, so they need to be replaced with longer ones. I have only tried to climb a tree once with these with no luck. They kept slipping off of my shoes. Read morePublished 13 months ago by seaninja951
these were a looked-forward to birthday gift for our son. they did not work well for us at all.
they are designed to be fastened to the bottom of one's shoe by tying... Read more
The description that these are primarily used for climbing is misleading. These foot claws should not be used to climb in the traditional sense. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Lyle Carbutt