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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:58 pm 
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I could see throwing a cheap pair of these in if your around ice. $10 for three pair.

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May as well run a few hex head sheet metal screws into the soles of your boots.

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tony d tiger wrote:
May as well run a few hex head sheet metal screws into the soles of your boots.

Only recommended if you will never ever walk on pavement or rock or indoors again. :) I've only found cleats useful on thicker ice, like frozen lakes, though my actual uses have been pretty limited.


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tony d tiger wrote:
May as well run a few hex head sheet metal screws into the soles of your boots.


Used to do this in winter in Maine, only downside is they can track leaves


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