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Yaktrax Pro Traction Cleats for Snow and Ice


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  • Traction cleats designed to help you hike on packed snow or ice
  • Made of high-strength, abrasion-resistant 1.4 mm steel coils and natural rubber
  • Provides 360 degrees of traction on cold surfaces for all-direction stability
  • Lets you move about naturally with same solid grip as on dry surfaces
  • Safe in temperatures as low as -41 degrees F; available in S, M, L, and XL sizes
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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.

The Yaktrax Pro will instantly give you better traction, confidence and safety on packed snow or ice. Move about naturally with the same solid grip that you are accustomed to on dry surfaces. Walk or run as you normally would and experience stability on ice and snow like you have never felt before. Made with high strength, abrasion resistant 1.4 mm steel coils and heavy duty natural rubber material, the Yaktrax Pro easily conforms to the shape of your boot or shoe. With its patented SkidLock coil design, the Yaktrax Pro provides 360 degrees of traction on packed snow and ice and can be worn in temperatures as low as -41-degrees Fahrenheit.

  • ASIN: B001CZJBKC
  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 5.8 x 1.9 inches; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: PROTRACTION
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,242 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Customer Reviews

    Easy to put on shoes, harder to put on boots.
    D. E. Meek
    When I wear them out in the ice and snow, it gives me confidence and I can walk faster... without fear of slipping.
    Jacques de Molay
    I can now walk my dogs without the worry of slipping and falling in the winter weather.
    trucker1

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    165 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dennison on October 26, 2008
    Yaktrax's are unbeatable. They give the greatest traction in all icy conditions. I run a high mountain camp and have tried many ice traction devises. In icy conditions, CAUTION, is always the most important factor, no matter what the devise. In walking indoors all devises can be hazardous, it depends on the care you use while walking. My staff and I have used Yaktrax's for years. For inside staff, regular Yaktrax's are the best. They put them on to walk from their cabin or car to the office and pop them off once inside. For my outside staff, the Yaktrax Pro's can't be beat. They are rugged and don't ware out. The strap over the front of the boot keeps them in place in most situations. When coming inside it is best and easiest to slip the boots off and to step into indoor shoes. For long Life - take a little time - when putting "Trax's" on, make sure they slip into the grooves in the soles of the boots and if the end of a spring starts to catch, use a pair of pliers to squeeze it back into place. The Yaktrax Pro's I have on now have lasted me for three years and counting.
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    56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By S. Hayward on January 25, 2008
    I run 3 to 6 miles several times a week year around in Michigan. I bought a pair of yaktrax pro 3 years ago and use them whenever there is ice and/or snow on the trails on which I run. They have been great! They are easy to slip on over my running shoes, they stay on, and I'm barely aware of them when I run, other than that I no longer slip and slide on ice and snow. The original pair that I bought 3 years ago finally broke in one spot last week so I need to replace them. Even the break was not a big deal. One of the pieces of rubber on the bottom tore. I went ahead and ran on it anyway and it still did OK. I highly recommend these to anyone who wants to stay active year around in a snowy/icy climate.
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    59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By beware on January 31, 2010
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    JUNK!!! Don't go by the old reviews. The new YakTrax Pros are inferior to the old ones--the metal is soft AND they don't stay on. My wife and I wore out our new YakTrax Pros in just a few walks on icy sidewalks. The YakTrax pros that we bought a few years ago lasted more than a year, and I ran in them several miles per day, even on streets and sidewalks that were mostly clear. The coils on the new ones wore out with very mimimal exposure to cleared sidewalks and driveways when walking on mostly ice and snow. The metal they are using now must be softer. Indeed the new packaging lists recylcled metal whereas the old does not. I like the efforts to use recycled materials, but the must be including aluminum cans or some soft or inferior metal compared to what they used to be made of.

    I'd give a higher rating for people who ONLY walk on snow/ice, but even worse is that they do not stay on our boots when walking--the toe or the heel straps slip down and then the YakTrax Pros come off. The new ones came off when we went for a walk that was completely snow/ice (no exposed sidewalks). Our old ones NEVER came off. The new ones have a different strap design that looks like they would stay on better, but they are not. We're using them on the same boots that we used the old ones on.

    When the coils wear down, the Yak Trax become a series of sharp wires, which makes them even more dangerous when the suddenly come off. JUNK!!! You may as well wear something with spikes.
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    33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Young Grandpa on February 13, 2010
    I have had my Yaktrax Pro for 6 years of very light use. They finally broke in the storm of 2010. I believe they are an excellent product for light use (walking to mail box, shoveling driveways, light hiking on paved paths). For these uses, I would buy it again if they last another 6 years.
    Recommend you read some of the 2 star and 1 star reviews. Some of the criticisms have been fair: 1) Beware if you walk to a nearby store - they would be very slippery once indoors. 2) It is true that these would not be very helpful/durable for heavy duty hiking. In deep snow the front may tend to fall off and curl under your shoe (they stay put thanks to the velcro strap, so at least you don't lose 'em). 3) On very hard ice, the kind that, for example, forms after refreezing of melting snow, the coils may have a hard time digging into the ice, specially if ambient temperature is well below freezing (a fair criticism since manufacturer claims it's ok down to -41F).
    On the other hand, they are not hard to put on, but they may be hard for someone with arthritis or a senior citizen or just someone with weakened hands. They are very good on packed snow and some ice. A light jog is ok. Ironically, if they make constant contact with pavement, it may shorten their durability.
    It would be difficult to have a product that would work in all the situations that consumers will experience, but I think this product is superior to some of the inexpensive, spiked products. Having said that, I may try the Stabilicers that seem to get good reviews from outdoor enthusiasts (but I read that even those have issues, for people who have boots with a very large profile - and they cost an arm and a leg next to Yaktrax). Then again, I may stick to these for the price.

    In summary, a decent product. Durability is a concern. Read other's opinions.
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    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dennison on January 7, 2008
    Yaktrax's are unbeatable. They give the greatest traction in all icy conditions. I run a high mountain camp and have tried many ice traction devises. In icy conditions, CAUTION, is always the most important factor, no matter what the devise. In walking indoors all devises can be hazardous, it depends on the care you use while walking. My staff and I have used Yaktrax's for years. For inside staff, regular Yaktrax's are the best. They put them on to walk from their cabin or car to the office and pop them off once inside. For my outside staff, the Yaktrax Pro's can't be beat. They are rugged and don't ware out. The strap over the front of the boot keeps them in place in most situations. When coming inside it is best and easiest to slip the boots off and to step into indoor shoes. For long Life - take a little time - when putting "Trax's" on, make sure they slip into the grooves in the soles of the boots and if the end of a spring starts to catch, use a pair of pliers to squeeze it back into place. The Yaktrax Pro's I have on now have lasted me for three years and counting.
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