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Ice Cleat Pro: Unbeatable Traction with Low-Profile Design Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
🏕️ Camping & Hiking, 🏕️ Outdoor Recreation

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Description of Ice Cleat Pro: Unbeatable Traction with Low-Profile Design

26 Permanent Tungsten Carbide Studs for Max Durability. Patent Pending Dual Elasticity. Minimally exposed Studs for Transitional Traction. Max Elasticity in the Upper for Easy On/Off. Reduced Elasticity in Sole for Max Abrasion Resistance.


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Great product until you move your feet

STOP! - DO NOT ORDER UNTIL YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT THE EXACT SIZE AND THEREFORE DO NOT PROVIDE THE PROTECTION YOU EXPECT! snow covered porch. I, like you, probably didn't want to believe such previous reviews. In order not to provide an accurate lookup table, this product is rated 4 stars. The concept is good, as is the build quality. But it doesn't matter if they don't stay on their feet. The packaging was completely shredded upon arrival.

  • Upper stretch for easy on and off
  • Zero

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great for commuting and running errands!

I love that you can use these spikes outdoors and race them indoors without falling off or damaging most floors. Bye. They wear them out faster when going on non-ice/snow, but I wore the previous pair all winter for over 3 years before noticing some damage to them. I haven't tried them on frozen lakes, I usually swap them out for really nasty ice cleats when I hit thick and smooth ice, but low pro cleats won't cut through your pants or skin if you accidentally hit yourself or others . I would…

  • Minimal Open Transition Grip Spikes
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Revainrating 5 out of 5


I've been wearing my LowPros for almost two months now and I'm a big fan of them. First, they are easy to put on and take off without tearing your nails. They provide excellent traction when walking on ice or ice covered with snow, even mud. And perhaps best of all, you don't have to take them off when running errands to enter malls or stores. They are not slippery at all on indoor floors, however I would not recommend walking on hardwood floors. After all, there are metal spikes in the soles…

  • Outsole with reduced flex for maximum abrasion resistance
  • Nothing here