Yaktrax XTR Extreme Outdoor Traction
|Price:||$32.20 - $60.00|
- Natural Rubber / Stainless Steel
- Durable and lightweight traction device for shoes and boots on snow and ice
- Natural rubber out-band offers a secure fit on most footwear
- Patent pending steel spike and heavy duty chains resist rust and abrasion
- Flexible Pack Plates prevent snow build-up for secure traction
- Comes with a heavy duty nylon storage bag
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The XTR by Yaktrax provides you with extreme traction on snow and ice. A patent-pending spike design enhances traction while preventing snow build up. It is designed for anyone who prefers to go offroad during the winter months. The XTR is made with high strength steel spikes and chains that will resist rust and abrasion. A natural rubber outband that will adapt to most types of footwear for a secure fit. It can be worn in temperatrues as low as -41 degrees Fahrenheit
The XTR Extreme Outdoor Traction by YakTrax mounts onto most footwear--allowing you to walk or run with confidence on snowy and icy surfaces. Equipped with patent-pending, high strength steel spikes and chains, the XTR enhances traction while resisting rust and abrasion. To prevent snow build-up, the XTR is equipped with flexible yet sturdy toe and heel plates that won't take on snow. A natural rubber out-band offers a secure fit on most footwear--allowing you to wear your favorite shoes in the snow. Built for frigid conditions, the XTR can be worn in temperatures as low as -41 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Vendor was great. Product delivered on time as promised, despite a crazy snowy year. Thanks
My husband wore these on one hike into and out of the Grand Canyon (yes there was ice and snow..took them off as soon as we hit dirt and put back on when we hit ice.) one of the chains snapped away from the rubber as he hiked out.(yes we have correct sizes) Doesnt sound horrible but the same happened to me last year with the same exact product. It is awkward to walk with it broken, yet unsafe to take them off in such terrain. We hoped they were a better product and hoped that mine breaking was a fluke and so we tried them again. They were great when they were intact but cant keep trying something that broke twice on us...off to find a different product for our next winter hike. Unfortunately it looks like im out of some return window and that makes me unhappy being stuck with a product that was worn once and broke,,
A month in a slight problem occurred. On the heel portion of the traction piece, 2 of the triangular points broke off. The yaktrax still work but tend to slip a little now on that foot. I still like these and the rubber seems to maintain its durability and tight fit on my boots--better than any other similar device.
I would recommend spending the extra money and buy some microspikes.