Information about Yukon Charlie's Slipnot Traction Combo Pack
Closeouts. Keep your feet firmly underneath you in snowy and icy conditions with Yukon Charlie's Slipnot Traction combo pack. It includes two pairs of Slipnots that attach to boots and two pairs of Mini Gripz for dress or high-heeled shoes.
Includes one pair of medium and one pair of extra-large Slipnots traction aids with protruding screws for traction on snow and ice
Includes two pairs of Mini Gripz traction aids for dress shoes
Reviewed by Carol from Massachusetts on Thursday, January 02, 2014
I gave the combo pack to my daughter and son-in -law for Christmas. They traveled to Montreal for the New Year's weekend and used both types of traction devices and said that they could not have enjoyed themselves as much without them. They worked very well - easy on and off and very effective on ...
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Reviewed by SalE from Mankato on Monday, July 28, 2014
It's only July so no one has tried the traction slip-ons but they look like they will do the job. I ordered them as a gift for my daughter to take on her next posting to Kazakstan where the winter weather is even worse than here in Minnesota.
Reviewed by Erock from California on Friday, April 04, 2014
You six pairs for your money. Two extra large full foot pairs, Two Medium Full foot Pairs and two pairs of little bands to use on dress shoes in a pinch (and these come in little tins to keep in glove box or purse.
Reviewed by Gordon K from Massachusetts on Wednesday, April 02, 2014
I've only had a chance to use them once, but found them to be excellent - lightweight, good traction even on very slick, uneven, hardened ice. I would *not* trust them on a steep ice-covered slope, but I don't think they're designed for that. Certainly seems like a good value for the price.
Why I gave 4 stars instead of 5: (1) Not enough experience to know how they'll hold up, or function under various conditions, (2) Putting them on isn't rocket science, but still would appreciate it if they came with *some* kind of instructions, suggestions for use, etc. (there's nothing at all), (3) Even the larger of the two pairs was very hard to get on my hiking boots, mens' size 10. I can't see these working for someone with larger feet or bulkier boots.
I use the medium(yellow dots) on women's size 7.5 merrell hiking shoe/sneaker. You have to really pull but it's doable, if your shoes are not as clunky as mine I suppose they would fit a larger women's shoe. The XL (blue dots) my husband uses on his size 9 hikers. I have to say with the ice on walkways these really do make a difference.
Answered on 1/31/2014 6:58:11 AM by gottalovedogs from NJ