Trex Adjustable Ice Traction Device

Jan 15, 2015

Category: Gear

We know some people put snow chains on their tires when they need maximum traction, but what about when they step out of the vehicle? It’s America’s Funniest Home Videos audition time.

Keep your name off of Tom Bergeron’s lips with the Trex 6310 Ice Traction Device, an adjustable one-piece accessory that promises a tenacious grip on ice and supreme stability for shoes and boots. 10 rugged, heat-treated carbon steel studs are the keys here, with an “aggressive tread” connecting the mid-foot and heel stud zones. The stretchable rubber makes them easy to put on and take off, and they’re expected to remain flexible in temperatures as low as -40 degrees. Each rugged Trex 6130 is abrasion resistant, hand washable and waterproof. [Purchase]

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