Boasting a proprietary adjustable one size fits all technology, Ultra Ice Cleats provide the ultimate customized fit whether you use a trail shoe or boot.
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I live in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada where we've had snow then rain, freezing rain and then cold weather so I needed good ice cleats. I bought these cleats and strapped them on. I experienced the right heel coming up onto the back of my heel - rather than staying on the bottom. I tried everything but it kept happening. So I contacted the company and Peter Hauser looked into my issue and said "one size fits most" and then he decided to send me a free pair of commuter cleats for free! That is customer service. Cannot thank this company enough for caring about its clients.
I got them for 29.99 CAD from Rideau store in Ottawa...
I normally cannot put this kind on my boots. These are easy and quick to put on. Not only that, they stay on. Most do not without adding some kind of additional strings to keep them on.
I purchased the Ultra Ice Cleats to attach to my bogs boots, as they were soooo slippery on ice. I was so nervous as I had taken a really bad fall in the woods last year walking my dog and suffered a major concussion. These worked out great. Very easy to put on and adjust, and fit my boots like a glove. They have just enough grip when the ice is like shear glass. Highly recommend these!
I wear hikers with a deep tread,tried other brands before with little success.They constantly slipped off,but not these cleats.They fit snug and gave amazing grip.Would recommend to anyone who has to deal with icy sidewalks.
I live in Colorado and have found that these are the best add-on cleat for running on the market. I slip them over my normal running shoes when it's snowy or icy and then feel confident running my normal pace without fear of falling or slipping. As long as they are adjusted properly they stay in place perfectly on my shoes. I've run a few hundred miles in mine now and have been very happy with them. I also like that they are still reasonable to run with on clear pavement so if part of my run is clear and part is icy then I can still wear them.
This past weekend a few friends and I made the 6 1/2 hour trek to Upper Red Lake. The fishing was good, not great, but good. That's not the reason for my email though. I got to try out my Korkers ice cleats I had bought last year, and they worked awesome as it was basically a skating rink with very little snow on the lake. Saturday evening just after sunset while we were fishing a friend of mine noticed a side x side headed towards where we had noticed some open water earlier in the day. I heard him yell "grab your rope!" and knew it wasn't good. We jumped on our 4 wheeler and headed for the first group of houses by us to gather as much help and tools as we could. It took us probably 10-15 minutes to reach the 2 victims that went in, but felt like an eternity. With the help of us and a few others we were able to pull the first guy that was hanging on the edge of the ice out of the water. The second victim proved to be a more difficult rescue as he was sitting on top of their Polaris Ranger in the middle of the 50ft x 50ft hole they went into. Without skipping a beat one of the guides tied himself off with rope and jumped in to swim out and rescue the 2nd victim. Using the rope that was tied to Danny we were able to pull them both in and the race was on to get everyone dry and in warm clothes.On our way home Sunday, I did hear that both victims made it ok through the night and were going to be released from the hospital.There is no doubt in my mind that my Korkers Ultra ice cleats played a pivotal role in being able to keep traction in using a rope to pull these 2 out of the water.Thank you for making a quality product that can be relied upon when it's literally life or death.