Snow Grips Crampons Ice Traction Cleats Microspikes


Regular price $27.99
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300 in stock

Sku: AM03937

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Traction. Comfort. Stability.

Microspikes with 18 stainless steel spikes aggressively dig into ice and welded stainless steel chains offer added traction in the snow while remaining flexible and highly packable.

Secure Straps

Flexible TPE Band

Heavy Duty


  • Eighteen 1/2 in. Hardened stainless-steel spikes per foot dig into icy terrain.
  • Double reinforced eyelets increase durability.
  • Elastomer harnesses made of TPE is flexible, anti-abrasion, anti-tearing and can stay supple to -49°F (-45°C) for a quick and secure fit on a variety of footwear.
  • Hook-and-loop straps make it simple to get on and off.

Technical specs

Best Use Winter sportes, Trail
Stretchable Band TPE
Cleats 201 Stainless Steel
Spikes Dimensions 0.55 x 0.85in / 1.4 x 2.2cm
Weight 1.1lbs / 0.5kg
What's Included 1x Ice Traction, 1 x Portable Pouch
Warranty Unconditional return & replacement in 30 days

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Wayne Hunt

I really like this product and would recommend them to anyone. Their customer service is top notch. Thanks.

Ice Traction cleat broke

I have Ice Snow Ice cleats and really like them. I have sent over several emails regarding this and asked to call me and I have not heard from anyone . Very disappointed because I really like the product but you cannot call and only email. I have added a picture for all to see. I guess that I will try and fix myself.


We love them! Thank you!

Robert Picard
Awesome spikes

I've had mine now for 2 years. Have about 150 miles of hiking some very icy trails here in reno, Tahoe, mt rose area of nevada. Similar spikes would have cost 50 - 60 at one of those large outdoor stores. You will not be disappointed. 😁

Donald Praasterink
Best ice cleats for hiking uphill

I have used these for last 3 years going to ice caves at Eben and Munising in Upper Peninsula of Michigan. They are superior to Kahtoola microspikes and Hillsound trail crampons