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Project Pro Slip-On Shoe Ice Cleats - 1 Pair

Project Pro Slip-On Shoe Ice Cleats - 1 Pair

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Performance Tool Winter Weather Supplies - PT1524

  • Snow Shoes
  • Performance Tool


  • Slip-on shoe ice cleats offer added traction for walking on sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots during ice and snow
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop straps slip into place over the front of the shoe behind the ball of the foot
  • Heavy-duty rubber base with steel studs

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Video of Project Pro Slip-On Shoe Ice Cleats - 1 Pair

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Project Pro Slip-On Shoe Ice Cleats Review

Ryan: Hey everybody, Ryan here at etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at the Project Pro Slip-On Ice Shoe Cleats. What I really like about these is that they're going to work great for just about any snow or icy situation. Whether you're out shoveling your driveway, running errands, even outside playing in the weather or at the job site, trying to get the job done. These are going to give you that comfort and that peace of mind, knowing that you're going to have a sure footing. To be honest with you, I didn't even know something like this even existed.

So I was a little bit suspicious on how well they would even work. Well, I went ahead and tried them out and I was actually pleasantly surprised. Much better than just your bare boots, these are going to give us a lot of traction. So let's go ahead and put them through a few tests that way we can compare them.So the way these are going to work are really simple and they ain't going to take you hardly any time. Just undo your hook-and-loop strap.

Put them under your boot. Slide that strap together and just tighten down. Now that I have the cleats on my feet, right away you can tell that they're definitely going to get us a lot more traction. And what I like about them is they're not uncomfortable. You really don't know they're there.

So when you're walking around and doing your thing, you're not going to have to change your style of walking or kind of be conscious of these. They kind of just feel right at home, not really going to bother you. So as I walk around on the snow, if I kind of try to dig my feet around, very limited slippage. If I try to start going down this hill and putting my weight forward, they got a grip no slip at all. And that's what I kind of noticed.

The more you kind of dig down and push into the ground, the more traction you're going to get.And so that's especially useful. Say, if you do happen to step on an uneven surface and kind of lose your footing when you stomp your foot down into that ground, those spikes are really going to bury into that snow and ice and keep you from falling. So walking on snow is one thing, ice is a whole different story. And I think these are really going to work well to get us that traction that we need. So to give you an example, you have a layer of ice here. I'll take my boot with no cleat. Just kind of run it along the surface, slides really easy. If you weren't paying attention, you could slip and fall very easily on something like this. I take my boot with the cleat and do that same test. Put some pressure and it's pretty difficult to move my foot at all.Especially forward. It's pretty much just digging in right away. Be really difficult to slip and fall and this is only with one foot. So if you had both these cleats on each foot walking, I don't see a slip issue, really giving you any problems. The way these are going to work is that there's going to be seven steel spikes. And those are what's going to penetrate that ice and snow to give us that traction. And since they're made out of steel, they should last a long time. We shouldn't have to worry too much about them wearing down. Now just to give you an idea on what size shoes these are going to work for. I wear a size ten and a half boot, but since these are completely adjustable, there's going to be a ton of room to go either down in size or up in size.So no matter what size boot that you wear, these should work out for you. So just to kind of compare a couple of different options. Here I have another type of snow cleat. There's one thing I like about these and a handful of things I'm not too crazy about. The one thing that I like is the spikes on the bottom. Kind of like how they're oriented here and I feel like they provide us with some pretty good traction. However, the way these work is that these are actually going to stretch around your whole boot. And honestly, I can see with this rubber being relatively thin. I could see that wearing out pretty quick and end up breaking in the future. The sole, there is going to be some rubber spikes there, but after a while though, walking on concrete every now and again, in and out of the snow. I could see them wearing out and eventually putting a hole there too and then pretty much render the whole snow cleat useless.Now, these do fit nice and tight around your boot. However, they're a little bit more tricky to put on. You almost have to sit down and physically pull that cleat all the way around your boot. It's a little more tricky to get on, as opposed to this style where you don't have to sit down or nothing, you can just bend over, step on it and strap it right on your boot. And I think these are a little more convenient. They're smaller. I think they're going to be a lot more rugged, less parts to fail or kind of wear out. And with these, for example, say you hop out of your car or your truck, whatever you're driving. Feel the ground, hey, and it's really icy out as opposed to having to hop back in the truck and lift your feet up, covered in snow, trying to get these on. Like I said, these, set them on the ground, step on them and just zip them right on. So one thing I really like about these is how small and compact they are. You can really store them anywhere.That way, whenever you need them, you got them. And since they work with just about any size shoe or boot, you know regardless of what you're wearing, you're going to be able to use them. For example, I like to just throw mine in the glove box. I'm usually with my car so whenever I need them, I know I have them. But what you can always do too, is if you use them a lot, get a couple sets. Might be able to throw one in your hiking bag or your hunting bag. That way you have some just about everywhere and you can use them whenever you want.So just to give you guys a size reference and how large these actually are, the rubber pad here is going to be about four inches long. From bottom to top, it's going to be about two inches. And if you look at the depth from the top of the pad to the bottom of the cleats, that's going to be about a quarter inch. So overall a really convenient way to get a sure footing in that snow and ice. I like to think of these as four-wheel drive for your feet..


Customer Reviews

Project Pro Slip-On Shoe Ice Cleats - 1 Pair - PT1524

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)


- PT1524
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Ice cleats! Velcro straps wrap around the front of your footwear - simple on & off. They stay in place and have a LIFETIME WARRANTY. I use them when shoveling, snowplowing, winter hiking & walking on slick ice/snow covered surface. Keep a set in your vehicle so you're always ready to traverse the slick spots. LOVE the winter season!



- PT1524
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Product exactly as describe. Delivered as promised. Meets my needs as for use on a short notice temporary basis. I keep a pair in each vehicle.



- PT1524
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Easy to put on and take off. Washable.great treds for icy snow conditions



- PT1524
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As described. They fit over my boots weel and I wear a 15



- PT1524
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