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ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks Review

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Review of the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks. These snow socks are ideal for low clearance applications, particularly with sports cars where you don't want to put chains on, and risk any damage to your vehicle. They're SAE Class S rated. As you can see, they hug the tire nicely, and add almost no width to the tire, to contact anywhere in your wheel well. The durable fabric grips snow and ice, providing that extra traction you need on those snowy days. They're good for occasional use, particularly in areas where you're required by law to have changed on your vehicle.

They meet Department of Transportation specifications, so they'll suit your needs there. They're machine washable, so they can be easily stored, and cleaned, kept in your vehicle.While these do provide traction in snow and ice, for frequent heavy snow, you are going to want to look at a more aggressive option, such as a square link, or V-bar type chain. Compared to other snow tire chains, this provides the smoothest, and quietest ride, while still providing traction. Since the diameter of your tire changes minimally, and it's smooth all the way around, your ABS and Traction Control Systems still function properly. Whereas other tire chains may cause inconsistent wheel speed sensor readings, and can cause your ABS and Traction Control Systems to function improperly.

These snow socks come in a variety of sizes, fitting as small as a 13" rim, up to a 22" rim. The elastic band keeps it centered on the tire while you're going down the road. They have a 30 mile-per-hour maximum speed rating, and come in a quantity of two.Let's show you how to get it installed now. We want to check it over, make sure that there is no damage to the sock, and slide it right on over. Now that you've got it mostly installed, we'll need to pull the vehicle forward or backward, so we can finish getting the rest on.

Just get it centered over the tread. Now that you've got it on all the way, pulled forward a few feet. Make sure that it's staying centered. If necessary, readjust anything that is coming off. Now that you've double checked it, and everything is centered, we're ready to hit the road.

That completes our look at the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks.

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