I have a pair of Yaktrax and they are indeed good in the snow, however, here in Montana our snow can melt and turn into crunchy piles of icy yuck! I find that other "trax" that are half coils and half spikes are incredible to keep me stable should I have to run in a mix of snow and ice! I got a pair of all spike shoe attachments that were very easy to run in, and they were easy to put on and stayed on. I can't remember why they were called but they were some sort of "ice grippers" that were orange. I love them!
Edited by: AELARLEE1 at: 12/8/2011 (17:41)
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