Sunday, February 12, 2012

Ice Cleats
These may come in handy where a lot of walking on ice is a necessity. Although I wouldn't be doing that in sneakers. They are a little scary looking.


These seem more practical for regular use. Adaptable for all sorts of footwear. And they can fit in your pocket.
I wonder if there is a warning to remove them before stepping onto sidewalks/roads/floors that the spikes won't penetrate. Hm-mm.


  1. those in the first picture look a little scary...nasty things could happen with those. The second set look much more practical for our sort of weather.

    1. Practical and versatile is my preference. I would not want a pair to go with each pair of outdoor footwear. Haha.

  2. I have ice cleats that I wear whenever there is a lot of snow and ice. Mine look a little different than both of these. I've worn them onto trails where nobody else would dare to go because it was too slippery.

  3. I've used a couple different styles of ice cleats and been happy with traction on all of them. For me the biggest difference is how easy they are to put on and take off.