JobSite Ice Claws Snow & Ice Traction Cleats – Lightweight No-Slip Studded Grips Prevent Slipping on Snow & Ice – Fits All Shoe & Boot Styles

January 17, 2017 - Comment

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!What Are JobSite Ice Claws? JobSite Ice Claws are utility harness with metal lugs. They fasten around most all shoes and boots. The spikes dig into the ground to minimize the likelihood of slipping on dry, snow covered, full icy

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What Are JobSite Ice Claws?

JobSite Ice Claws are utility harness with metal lugs. They fasten around most all shoes and boots.
The spikes dig into the ground to minimize the likelihood of slipping on dry, snow covered, full icy or partial icy surfaces.

What Are The Benefits Of JobSite Ice Claws?

– Walk safer on slippery snow and ice.
– Makes outdoor work and play safer.
– Reduce the risk of harmful falls that cause injuries or even death.
– They grab traction on ice, bites into packed snow, and improves footing in winter conditions.

What Are The Key Features Of JobSite Ice Claws?

– Spikes under the front of your shoe and not the back to also allow stability on hard dry surfaces.
– Heavy duty velcro strap and metal cynch buckle.
– Abrasion resistant metal lugs will not wear down or snap.
– Quick and easy on and quick and easy off.
– Ultra lightweight 6 oz pair of Ice Claws can easily be folded up and placed in coat jacket pocket or purse

JobSite Ice Claws Are Useful For Those Cold Winter Days

– Work, Hiking, Hunting, Fishing, Shoveling Snow.
– Construction, Emergency Kits and Other Outdoor Jobs and Activities.
Portable easy-on traction spikes are great to have ready for any snow/icy conditions.

JobSite Ice Claws Usage.

Place the spikes just behind the wide spot of your forefoot this will prevent them from coming loose.

Package Includes

1 Pair JobSite Ice Claws.

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Product Features

  • Walk safely and naturally on packed snow and ice. Great for Pedestrians, Professionals, Hiking, Walking, Construction and other outdoor jobs and activities
  • Fits all shoe and boot styles for men, women and youth
  • Ultra lightweight 6 oz pair of Ice Claws can easily be folded up and placed in coat jacket pocket or purse
  • Heavy Duty Velcro strap and metal cynch buckle give an easy-on, easy-off secure fit for everything from walking to school to walking to the mailbox
  • Abrasion resistant metal lugs are rugged and will not break down easily

Comments

Sognatrice says:

Effective traction when worn over high-heeled boots When I wear flat boots, I use YakTrax, and I find those invaluable. So I was thrilled to find these “ice claws” to wear over my high-heeled boots. First, I tried a pair of traction cleats that looked similar, but were made by another manufacturer. Those were heavier in weight than these, and they fell off a lot. Eventually, I lost one, so I tried these instead. So far, so good. The cleats are rather lightweight, the affix securely with velcro, and they seem to stay in place. I’ve been…

Quicksilver says:

So bad they should probably be recalled. Talk about a big waste of money regardless of how much the item cost. For products who’s main function is to stay on your feet until you forcefully take them off they don’t do a great job of it at all. I’m guessing it’s the Velcro feature that constantly keeps them from staying on my feet as I was walking, but constantly trying to adjust them to stay on was aggravating me to no end. I just gave up & tossed them for a much better upgrade. Please don’t buy these unless you truly have money to…

Good Customer says:

Useless When you first put them on, you are walking around with a large lump under your shoe. BUT, that hardly matters as I have not been able to walk a block without at least one falling off no matter where I position the lumpy part and no matter how tight I make the velcro band. I tried them on 3 walks: Lost one in the dark and realized I was happy I wouldn’t have to try to make them work anymore.

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