We’ve found the solution to the sore winter bum. Have you ever fallen on snow or ice? Then you’ve experienced sore winter bum. Besides having a bruised ego, you’re left with quite the bruise on your behind. The Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Slip- ... (see full details) (see specifications) #ERG6310.
Ergodyne Traction Devices: Adjustable Cord Ice Traction Slip Ons 6310
We’ve found the solution to the sore winter bum. Have you ever fallen on snow or ice? Then you’ve experienced sore winter bum. Besides having a bruised ego, you’re left with quite the bruise on your behind. The Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Slip-On Shoe Devices give your feet incredible traction, so you’ll enjoy a bruise-free ego and body part this winter.
Ergodyne Ice Traction's feature a one-piece traction device that can be worn on shoes or boots. Made of stretchable rubber, slipping these traction devices on and off is a breeze. 10 rugged, heat-treated carbon steel studs aggressively grip the frozen ground for tenacious stability. Have a wide foot or a narrow foot? An adjustable cord cinches tight for a secure fit, making them better than those “one size fits all” snow traction devices.
The aggressive tread connects the mid-foot and heel stud zones and features a reflective pull tab for enhanced visibility. These Ice Traction Devices not only keep you safe around patches of ice and inches of snow, but the reflective tab will help keep you safe from being invisible on the job site.
Although they strap securely to your shoes and boots, these Ergodyne ice traction slip-ons are made to move with your natural stride. They remain fully flexible too, even in up to -40°F. No, that’s not a typo. You read right--up to -40°F.
Whether you work in construction, are a roofer, landscaper, or delivery or service worker, save your hide this winter and your ego from getting bruised. Stay safe by slipping on a pair of Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Devices.
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The mechanism to attach to your shoes is an upgrade from Ergodyne's lower model and it works a lot better. It's easier to take on and off, and the tension is adjustable. And they still roll up to a relatively small size for carrying in a bag, purse, glove compartment, etc. They grip the ice well and definitely improve your footing. They are a decent product for this price point. With that said, the spikes are not replaceable and wear out relatively quickly. If you live in a city that only gets occasional snow and ice, or is really good about clearing the sidewalks quickly, then this may suit your needs. However, if you intend to use snow traction more than a few times per year, it is probably worth it to upgrade to a product with longer lasting or replaceable spikes.