|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 1 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||Zip Grip Go|
Zip Grip Go Cleated Tire Traction Device for Cars, Vans and Light Trucks
|Price:||$35.03 & FREE Shipping|
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- Package includes 10 traction ties
- Fully adjustable to fit any tire size - Fits rims up to 22" - For alloy and aluminum rims. Not for steel rims.
- Easy to install even while your vehicle is stuck getting stuck
- Works for snow, mud or ice - fits cars, vans, SUVs, light trucks
- Dual directional cleats with double tiered design give you amazing results when getting unstuck from snow, ice and mudSaves you money - ZipGripGo is NOT designed for driving long distances. They are designed to use when your vehicle is stuck and only to be driven for 5-10 car lengths or until you are unstuck and back to safety.
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Top Customer Reviews
First, they were not especially easy to install. All of the installation videos show people installing them with short sleeve shirts on nice, clean cars in reasonably warm weather. Doing it at 20 degrees with heavy snow jacket and a fender full of slush is not quite so easy. But I persevered and finally managed to get them all on (5 or 6 per wheel).
I gently applied some throttle and every last one broke within about two rotations of the wheel. Complete fail. To make matters worse, half of the broken ties wrapped themselves around the wheel hub. Trying to fish them out of my wheels with frozen fingers was... not fun. I had to work hard to suppress some of the less-than-Christian things I wanted to say.
The only plus side was that it was me learning that they were a horrendously awful product rather than my wife while the kids were in the car.
Although the discription through Amazon says it is used for emergency situations to get you 'unstuck'. The packaging directions say something that the online discription does not. It is only to be used to be used for no further than 5 car lengths, and not for 'extended' distance. And that it is 'NOT to be a replacement for snow chains'.
Although I live in Tucson where it almost never snows and we don't have wet grass to drive through, I got these to have for possible icy road conditions up north where it is snowing. But now see that it may not be adequate for what I need.
I'll keep them by in case, but now I see that I may need to buy snow chains when I get there after all.
I'll review again if I wind up using them.
Spent 1/2 an hour laying in the snow on my car mats. Had to rotate the tire to get more straps on.
With a VERY light front wheel drive car they snapped right away.
The car was slipping on 2" inches of snow - not stuck in a snow bank. Two boys pushed me out with little effort.
As soon as a wheel slowly rotated and started to grab, the strap would break right off.
When I gathered up the broken straps, they had broken at various locations. There is no one weak point - all points are weak.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I may have used then wrong, but when I tried to use them they broke on me right away. Great idea, but not for my use. thanks.Published 5 months ago by tim grasmick
Great concept but I ended up having to use them when my font wheels got stuck in a rut in the snow on a dirt road and thought great, I can get to try them out. Read morePublished 5 months ago by john