These removable cleats will help you walk safer on snow

The Attachable Unisex Winter Anti-Skid Cleats help you walk confidently across snow and ice this winter

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January 12, 2019 3:30AM (UTC)

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Snowball fights, sledding, and ice skating all add up to winter fun, but dropping temperatures and frequent snowfall can turn a walk down the street into a perilous endeavor. Even grippy, rubber-soled snow boots can fail on extra-slippery surfaces. You can turn your sneakers or boots into safer footwear with the Attachable Unisex Winter Anti-Skid Cleats.

These carbide steel spikes attach to the soles of your shoes, creating better traction and reducing your risks of falls and slips. They’re designed to conform to the length and width of any shoe or boot, so they won’t slide around on your footwear. You can slide them on in seconds thanks to the pull tab on the heel, and they fold up for storage in your pocket when you head indoors.


The cleats are perfect for staying fit in winter with walking or running, taking your dog out on frigid days, working outdoors after a snowstorm, or shoveling your driveway. They also provide traction on mud, wet grass, and sand, so you can use them year-round for any slippery tasks.

Normally the Attachable Unisex Winter Anti-Skid Cleats go for $60, but right now you can pick up a pair for only $23 (61% off). They’re available in three sizes: Small (men’s 3-5, women’s 5-7), Medium (men’s 6-8, women’s 8-10) and Large (men’s 9-11, women’s 11-13).



Attachable Unisex Winter Anti-Skid Cleats: 2 Pairs (Large) - $23

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