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Amazon Price: N/A $32.99 (as of January 15, 2017 9:26 am –
Winter can be tough, but our STABILicers Maxx are tougher. Serious traction gear for the hardcore winter enthusiasts and people who work outdoors. Our STABILicers Maxx are Best in Class, and first in safety. Relied on by hundreds of thousands of postal letter carriers, police, rescue teams, and outdoor work crews. STABILicers Maxx help provide non-slip traction to keep your workers mobile in icy and snowy conditions. Long-lasting soles with heat treated steel cleats bite into the slickest ice and snow. Simply attach STABILicers to your favorite shoes or boots with hook-and-loop fasteners and never let icy conditions slow you or your workers down again. FEATURES Flexible sole provides comfort and traction. 34 case-hardened cleats bite into ice and snow. Replaceable cleats reassure long-term durability, performance and value. Straps fit snugly with easy on/off design. Proprietary sole design and rubber compound enhance overall adhesive friction Optional brass cleats are softer and non-sparking; giving fuel deliverymen greater safety and peace of mind.
Product Dimensions: 13 x 11 x 3 inches ; 1.6 pounds
Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number: XXST STAB-P
Great product, but could use a few minor tweaks
232 people found this helpful.
I purchased a pair of the heavy-duty StabilIcers to take with me to Stockholm, Sweden, for the winter. I’m overweight, and have a knee problem that limits my stability quite severely on ice and slick surfaces. I have, in the past, used stretched-rubber oversoles with carbide tipped spikes (available for ~150 SKr in most Stockholm shoe shops). These have worked poorly; tough to get on and off while standing (basically, you really need to take off your shoes!), and tended to slip out of position on shoes.
117 people found this helpful.
very rugged product well made worth the money
better than Yaktrax!
124 people found this helpful.
These are the answer! My husband and I have sworn by Yaktrax for several winters, but this year we’ve had a lot of black ice, which is like walking on a ceramic tile floor, and the Yaktrax were worthless in such conditions. Stabilicers cut right into the ice, no slipping at all! I notice that our local mail deliverer wears them. If you live in Wisconsin, you learn what works to walk around without sliding, or else!
They are perfect for me
38 people found this helpful.
I walk 2-3 miles cross country everyday including winter without a hint of slipping on snow or ice. I have mine fastened on Micky Mouse boots and don’t take them off to keep the hassle down. The straps hold them on without loosening at all. They are perfect for me.
26 people found this helpful.
A friend and I bought these last winter after failing to negotiate a steep road covered in glare ice. After donning the StabilIcers, it was like walking on dry pavement. That’s not an exaggeration. Highly Recommended and made here in Maine!
42 people found this helpful.
I bought these to help negotiate icy winter trails in local natural areas. They worked very well. In addition, I also use them for stream beds, which get quite slippery in summer due to algal growth. In both cases, I’m carrying photography equipment that just will not tolerate either a dunk or a drop. These strap on, not held on by strecthy rubber.
Durable & effective
40 people found this helpful.
Highly recommended! These work as advertised, and do so better than several other products I’ve tried.
Wow, Just Wow! Great product!
22 people found this helpful.
Have used the YakTrax brand stretch on steel coils over bungees type for years (both pro and economy ones) and got tired of them wearing out. I would easily go through two pairs of YakTrax a year and they still slip on ice and even dry pavement. I have also tried the rubber straps with studs and did not like that type either. Saw my mailman wearing something that looked like these and was pleasantly surprised to find out they are exactly what the US mailmen and women use.