Kahtoola MICROspikes Footwear Traction - 2015/16
|Price:||$67.00 - $69.99|
- Award-winning traction digs in and grabs icy terrain
- Great for winter trail running, hiking, and ice fishing
- 12 Stainless Steel spikes (3/8 inch length) per foot on all sizes
- Weight Per Pair: Small 11 oz., Medium 12 oz., Large 13 oz., Extra Large 14 oz.
- Please refer to Kahtoola sizing chart included in product images. 2 Year Warranty. Shoes not included.
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Any terrain, any age, any condition – welcome to Kahtoola’s MICROspikes ice traction system. Put a pair of Kahtoola's ice traction system in your pack, pocket, or purse and you’re ready to handle whatever nature hands you. When you encounter challenging terrain – scree, ice, snow, wet rocks, slick sidewalks – just take them out and stretch them on. No special straps, no laces, no fuss – just the confidence you need to get directly from where you are to where you want to be. They fit easily over most any footwear and offer secure ice traction to keep you moving. Pack them up, pull them on, and go.
Top Customer Reviews
1. the minute i walked in them... no it was my first step.... i felt more stable. you couldn't slip if you wanted to. (i tried on lumpy ice and thick smooth ice) i am 62 years old and when i fall i feel it all the way up into my brain.... it rattles me... and what if i break a hip!
2. no leg or backaches from tension
3. could walk uphill and downhill easily.
4. easy to put on. there is a tab that you can pull on. and the rubber doesn't slip. i lost a yaktrak in the snow once. these are not going to come off my feet.
5. spikes are positioned so when i bend my foot there is still traction in the front
6. the bag they provide is great... not sure how long it is going to last though.
the only one i can think of is the price but really... my health and well being is worth it.
My husband wore his yesterday. He loves them.
My wife is 5.6 and 120 and has never broken a pair. I'm 6.6 and 260 (maybe a little more after Christmas) and i have broken the chain links on a couple of them. Frankly at my size, the amount of ice we cover and the frequency of our hikes, I'm surprised they last as long as they do. Kahtoola and The Shuttered Image have been very responsive with replacements and recommendations.
I would remove them after each use to allow the rubber to remain tight and to allow your boots to breath - you may see a little condensation where the rubber covers the boot.
Long story short- I wouldn't hike in the winter without these spikes.