Yaktrax Walk Traction Cleats for Walking on Snow and Ice
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- Lightweight and affordable slip-on traction cleats to reduce the risk of falls when walking on snow or ice to work, school, or even to the mailbox
- Made of abrasion-resistant 1.2 mm steel coils with zinc coating to prevent rust; secured to shoes with durable Polyelastomer outer band
- Provides 360 degrees of traction on cold surfaces for all-direction stability
- Highly elastic outer band with heel tab slips easily slips on and off of shoes; perfect for pedestrians, professionals and the elderly
- Available in XS (Extra-small) S, M, and L sizes to fit most shoes
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Yaktrax Walk Traction Cleats are lightweight, affordable, and easy to put on and take off, making them a simple solution for reducing the risk of falls when walking on snow and ice to work, school, or even to the mailbox. A highly elastic outer band and a tab on the heel help the cleats slip easily on and off of shoes, making Walk Traction Cleats perfect for pedestrians, professionals and the elderly. Traction is provided by abrasion-resistant 1.2 mm steel coils that are coated with zinc to help prevent rust. The shaped edge of the coils provide 360 degrees of traction on cold surfaces for all-direction stability. Yaktrax Walk Traction Cleats are tested safe from breakage in temperatures as low as -41 degrees F. They are available in four sizes to fit most shoes: Extra-small for petite sizes (fits shoe size W2.5-6/M1-4.5); Small (fits shoe size W6.5-10, M5-8.5); Medium (fits shoe size W10.5-12.5, M9-11); Large (fits shoe size W13-15, M11.5-13.5). For oversized shoes or boots, Yaktrax recommends purchasing one size larger than your normal shoe size.
Style: Large (Shoe Size: W 13-15/M 11.5-13.5)
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I ordered a pair of Icetrekkers to replace them. When the postal carrier came this morning she was wearing Yaktrax. I asked her about her experience and it was similar to mine. Apparently they received a large box of these thing so they could walk their postal routes. She's gone through several pairs in three weeks and other postal carriers at her station are having the same issues with them. Granted that's on the high end of usage for these things.
How did they get these positive reviews? Not sure, maybe a bad production run? Fake reviews? Not sure, but whatever they are sending does not hold up well.