0C18QGMR2XQ578 Run traction cleats for jogging on snow and ice

(8 customer reviews)


  • pair of lightweight traction cleats for jogging on ice and snow; suits securely over walking footwear to reduce the danger of falls
  • capabilities full-sole insurance with cleats on heel and forefoot to keep traction, without changing stride
  • competitive tread molded into thermo plastic elastomer (tpe) within the toe and facets for max floor touch and higher standard traction
  • anxiety-healthy bindings ensure a relaxed suit over going for walks shoes for confidence on slippery terrain
  • size small fits shoe sizes w7. 5-9, m6-7. 5; long-put on, warmness-handled cleats are replaceable (replacements offered separately); made within the united states; 90 day producer’s
SKU: C18QGMR2XQ578 Category: Tag:

Small, Medium, Large, X-Large

8 reviews for 0C18QGMR2XQ578 Run traction cleats for jogging on snow and ice

  1. Ezra Schwartz

    See my attached video. My typical daily run is ~5.5 or ~7.5 miles depending on how much time I have. I run along the lake-from trail in Hyde Park, Chicago. Days like today, ~15 degrees, sunny morning – sidewalks leading from my home to the trail were mixed – some clear and dry, some areas, with patches of ice. On the trail – some of it I need to run on the pavement – again, a mix of ice conditions, and some, on icy snow. I’m using the STABILices size M, over Merrell’s Bare Access XRT Shield size 7.5. I initially ordered the S size, but I could not fit it over the soles. If you use Astra’s, I doubt the STABILicers will fit, because of the Altra’s wide toe box (does not fit my Lone Peak 4.5 size 75.) — Running experience is great, for me – I do not run fast, especially not in icy conditions. They feel good over pavement and over the icy snow. Most importantly, they don’t slip, and I feel very secure. The cleats are large and flat and so far – don’t show any sign of breaking, and I did not loose any. Really great product, and if you run in the winder in similar conditions, and slipping on ice worries you, give them a try. I’m glad I found them.Read more

  2. Amazon Customer

    Pushed and shoved, huffed and puffed, but there is NO WAY this small fits a women’s size 9 Brooks running shoe. The size chart they have provided here is not correct. Otherwise they seem like a good item. Disappointing to have to bother returning them.Edit: Bought the medium, but they’re a little big on a women’s size 9 shoe. After I run a bit they start going crooked and I roll my ankle!Read more

  3. NerissaWilker

    Confident while running fits perfectly on my ASICSRead more

  4. G Will

    Pay attention to size.. they seem to be sized way small. after i sorted out my sizing returning a to small pair, they worked perfectly.. Nice and stable on my shoes. Im not a runner but use them for shoveling snow our my icy driveway.. Recommended..Read more

  5. Ron

    They are easy to put on and they stay on the shoe also good grip on ice.Read more

  6. Rich from New Hampshire

    A bit difficult to put on until you figure it out, but boy, they work really well and stay on too!Read more

  7. HWags

    I purchased these for running outside on Snow Packed Roads and somewhat Ice-covered at times. These worked amazingly! I had no traction issues and these gave an extra security and balance when running outside in the winter. Would definitely recommend them!Read more

  8. Marcy Kelly

    Works great in snow and ice. Was difficult to put on and takeoff boots.Read more

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