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EASY SPIKE was designed by ice cleats experts with over 35 years of experience. They share critical features found in Winter Walking's Professional Ice Cleats. EASY SPIKE
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For most people, no. That's because one of the main reasons people stop wearing ice cleats is, depending on the circumstances, it can be extremely inconvenient and even impractical. That's why you'll often find ice cleats in the junk drawer in the garage instead of on peoples' shoes and boots.
If you live in a city, you're constantly getting on and off mass transit and going in and out of doors. Since ice cleats will either damage floors or be extremely slippery on hard, smooth surfaces, you have to take the ice cleats off, and then put them back on when you go outside. Most people won't put up with the hassle. You also have to be careful where you step because regular ice cleats can be slippery of sewer grates and utility hole covers.
The same thing is true about driving because you should remove most ice cleats every time you get into your car and put them back on when you get out. But there's a solution.
Fortunately, I have an ice cleat you can wear on most indoor floors and even while you drive. Look at Winter Walking LOW-PRO Ice Cleats because they make wearing ice cleats practical and care-free for a lot of people. They're a little more expensive. However, the added convenience is worth every penny.
I added this question because I have no logical answer. I have even had people tell me that their mail carrier loves his EASY SPIKE Ice Cleats because he can wear them on indoor rugs. Here's the bottom line. EASY SPIKE has 2mm aggressive carbon steel spikes that
Yaktrax are extremely popular and they won't damage interior floors. However, Yaktrax