- Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B0030I3Y48
- Item model number: 855333000
- Average Customer Review: 653 customer reviews
Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
#2,877 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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- #8 in Sports & Outdoors > Outdoor Recreation > Climbing > Mountaineering & Ice Equipment > Avalanche Safety Gear
- #8 in Sports & Outdoors > Outdoor Recreation > Camping & Hiking > Footwear & Accessories > Traction Cleats
- #10 in Sports & Outdoors > Outdoor Recreation > Winter Sports > Skiing > Backcountry Equipment
Kahtoola MICROspikes Traction System
|Price:||$58.85 - $125.99|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Sizing for running shoes/hiking boots: [X-Small-Youth 1-4] [Small-Youth 4.5-7, Women 5.5-8.5] [Medium-Women 8.5+,Men 7-10.5] [Large-Men 10.5-14] [X-Large-Men 14-16]
- Sizing for insulated boots: [Medium-Women 7.5-10, Men 6-8.5] [Large - Women 10-12.5,Men 8.5-11] [X-Large-Men 11-13.5]
- 3/8" spikes are constructed of hardened stainless steel for maximum durability
- Tough elastomer shoe harness secures easily without straps and provides a snug and secure fit
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Kahtoola’s MICROspikes are a pocket-sized traction system that allow anyone, of any age, to get out and safely enjoy winter. These slip-on spikes dig into all types of terrain — ice, packed snow, wet rocks, concrete, and scree. Extremely durable, they attach securely to your footwear and require no special buckles or straps.
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Tried getting them to live up to their warranty by sending for an RME and following up with phone calls but no response after 2+ month of trying.
A defective product with no customer service
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.
What made me buy these were an injury to my wife, one year, she slipped on top of concrete stairs in front of an commercial building entrance that was neglected and not salted, tumbled down the concrete stairs, injuring her sciatic nerve and nearly paralyzing her lower body. When that accident hit close to home and we witnessed the after effects of it, we decided to be more careful. You can go through your whole life without a serious fall but if a serious fall does occur, it can change your life drastically. This opened our eyes and we would be foolish to not do anything to avoid it if possible, going forward.
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One note about sizing. If you look at their size chart, for hiking boots, Medium size is marked for men's 7-10.5 and Large size for men's 10.5-14 when sizing for hiking boots. I happen to wear a size 10.5. I ordered the Medium size first, hoping to fit them over my hiking boots (Treksta Assault Goretex), and when I received them, found them to only just barely reach around the back of my outsole. I thought this might be the case, and had allowed for enough time to order the Large to replace them (and I gave my Medium set to my friend (size 9 men) who would be joining me on the aforementioned trek). The Large fit much better around my hiking boot, which I would describe as a heavy trekking (but not insulated) boot. Just an fyi for anyone who may fall right between the sizing cracks. Hope this helps!