Reviews and Problems with ICEtrekkers Diamond Grip (M) UK 5.5-8 Euro 39-42
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Real mans traction device.
27 January 2012
Summary: Traction devices are a requirement here working on the oilfield in Alaska. Our company purchased these traction devices recently and I feel they are the BEST I have used. I have gone through many different types and styles, and have found these to be the most all-around best traction devices out there. Other devices I have used have been a sorta pain to remove or put on and have had just so-so traction.
Summary: These cleats keep me upright, which is a good thing, but the black rubber has left stains on my tan leather Sorels, and the grips have rusted! Since it's kind of important to stay on my feet while walking my Alaskan huskies, I may buy them again if I can't find a comparable product that doesn't wreck my footwear.
Summary: I love my ice trekkers! Today was the 1st day I used my ice trekkers - first real snow of the season. I love to walk my dog but I hate falling down. We took our usual walk along the pedestrian/bike path and enjoyed it as always. I'm in my mid 50's and my dog is a 1 year old golden retriever and when she's wants to go there is almost no stopping her - thank you for developing and manufacturing such a great product.
Good Price Good Product better grip.... then regular chains
14 January 2012
Summary: These diamond chains do have a better grip then the regular chains made by the same company, I'm not sure which one I like the best it is a close call. I have no complaints and would recommend them to anyone.
Summary: I live in a place where rain and snow intermingle on a daily basis for 6 months a year. This makes for a lot of slippery walking. I have a wide variety of ice cleats in my mudroom, but these go on my feet most. They are not the most aggressive and gripping cleats out there (those are Micro Spikes), but these are very solid, and infinitely more versatile.
Summary: Living in the Wood River Valley of Idaho means snow, thawing, ice, more snow etc. I have found the ICEtrekkers far superior to the Yak when it comes to walking on ice or ice that is covered with a dusting of snow. The cleats are what make the difference. The Yak Trak tends to skate across the ice or any hard surface which has lead to slips or falls. After searching for alternatives, I bought a pair of ICEtrekkers last winter.
Summary: i got a medium size for my size 9 shoes but it is too tight and hard to put on and off. the steel its made up of does not look too good quality when i compare to the one i got from another manufacturer.
Summary: These babies just work. They're easy to put on, stay in place while you hike, and are reasonably priced. They're perfect for those hard-packed icy trails with just enough ice to make even good boots slip, but not enough depth to kick steps into. Wear these, and you can hand your trekking poles to a poor struggling hiker, because poles are optional when your boots stick to the trail this well.
Summary: These are the second set of Icetrekkers we have bought. These were bought in anticipation of the next winter. I personally have never tried these, but my boss tells me they work better than the other types that have been tried.