Yaktrax® make it safe and easy to walk over icy, snowy winter ground. Just slip a toe into the stretchy no-slip snow walker boot grip and pull the back over your heel. Spikeless coils provide a solid, predictable grip so you don't slip or slide. Great for everyday use, the Walker is made of injection-molded plastic and sturdy steel coils. Durably designed for the active person, the Pro (in Black only) features a rubber blend elastomer, removable performance strap, and thicker steel coils.
• No-slip boot grips • Use to walk over icy, snowy ground • Spikeless coil grip • Stretchy to fit over boots • Made of injection-molded plastic and sturdy steel coils
Available Colors Walker Yaktrax®: Clear Black
Pro Yaktrax®: Black
Black Yaktrax® Pro No-Slip Boot Grips
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Yaktrax® No-Slip Snow Walker Boot Grips
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Comments about Product: I have used the heavy duty version with the velcro strap for dog-walking for years now. Go through 2 pairs per winter. As many have noted, the rubber on the light weight version breaks after a few wearings, but have never had this issue with the "pro" version. The coils wear out over time, but I couldn't walk the dog all winter, twice a day without these. I leave a pair on my boots all the time.
A MUST HAVE FOR WINTER
Comments about Product: Great for walking on ice and sloping driveways.
Comments about Product: Product use - dog walks
Advantages - sure footed
Disadvantages - Only lasted 6 dog walks
By D the dogwalker
Saves me from falling
Comments about Product: They've saved me from slipping and falling while walking our black-lab on snow and ice. Unfortunately, after daily use for two winters, the rubber on the bottom broke in a few places. I purchased another pair because they help so much and keep me safe. I also bought a pair for my husband, son,and a good friend.
Could Be Heftier
Comments about Product: I bought these for my husband and he immediately had to get the next size up and also said they seemed flimsy.
Felt so much safer
Comments about Product: I would purchase the pair with velcro if you may have step through a snow drift while walking on ice. Had to rescue my Yaktrax when I stepped in a snow bank. Otherwise, they stay secure. I have two pair. One I keep on a pair of boots that I can get off and on quickly to walk the dogs. The other pair to use with any footwear.
Buy them every year.
Comments about Product: My husband and I walk everyday in Mn. No matter what the weather. Yaktrax make this possible.
By Suzy, the dog-walking hill hiker
Definitely for heavy-duty use
Comments about Product: good for the hills and the ice, probably better off with the light-weight ones for street use.
By Snow Lover
Durable and a good fit
Comments about Product: I use my Yaktrax in the winter. Our driveway is always a sheet of ice. These fit right to my big heavy winter boots, and to my smaller hiking boots. The stretch is amazing on these. They can really fit to most anything.
By Grandma the Dog Walker
Great Product--performed as I hoped.
Comments about Product: I walk my dog at bedtime--sometimes as late as midnight. At age 70, I felt very confident of my footing while walking on ice and snow, and didn't worry about falling. I bought this product since I do walk my dog at least 2-3 times a day in all weather and wanted something on which I could depend. I live at top of hill, so must walk down and then back up to complete my walk with the dog
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