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Yaktrax XTR Traction Cleats (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. Yaktrax XTR traction cleats deliver outstanding traction on snow and ice. The adventure-ready, off-road design features a patent-pending high-strength spike design and plates that help prevent snow buildup.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Seaminus from Vermont on Monday, January 29, 2018
    I this pair when I saw them up for clearance. The Yaktrax XTRs that I have now are on 3rd season, and they are like new. They are used primarily for snow clearing and hiking icy, hard pack snow covered trails. They 2 features that are strengths as compared with other versions of this accessory:
    1. The metal cleats are stainless steel and they maintain sharp edges without bending for excellent traction even when used on concrete surfaces.
    2. They are easy to put on a variety of snow boots and trail hikers, and they stay in place during rigorous activity.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by LiLoLa from Poconos on Monday, December 25, 2017
    Today is our first snow day (White Christmas, YAY!) since receiving the cleats, I have felt so secure while shoveling my sloping driveway. For my purposes, these are great, so grateful I ordered them.
  • Reviewed by Old man of the mountains from Massachusetts on Wednesday, December 6, 2017
    Bought a set of these 3 years ago. I do a lot of winter hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. While doing a traverse above tree line one of the cleatsjust broke at the base of the plastic bottom plate. This was a real issue as the rocks and snow were ice-covered. I had to McGiver the cleat so I could get back to my car. These would probably be fine for walking your dog on an icy day around town. If you want a great micro-spike for hiking,bomproof, bite the bullet and buy a pair of Katuhas.
  • Reviewed by Dave in Co from CO on Thursday, April 6, 2017
    I bought these thinking the bottom plates and grip would hold up well and prevent snow chunks from building up during icy / snowy hikes. On level ground (like on a driveway), they were ok. During a hike, on steep descents, the rear plate continuously slid up behind my heel. There was no connection between the plates to keep the rear plate / spikes from slipping up behind the heel. One of them actually fell completely off, and I had to dig around in the snow to find it. I made sure I had the right size for my boots. On the trail 2 days ago, I actually found one of someone else's Yaktrax sitting on a rock next to the trail! I've talked to others that have experienced the same thing.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Andrew from NY on Wednesday, February 22, 2017
    great price however you get what you pay for. Front and rear plates not joined together. Ie no structure to keep the plates together when going up or down hill. Just get Microspikes.
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