"Yaktrax have a unique, spikeless, patented coil design, unlike other products on the market.
The Yaktrax Pro will instantly give you better traction, confidence and safety on packed snow or ice. Move about naturally with the same solid grip that you are accustomed to on dry surfaces. Walk or run as you normally would and experience stability on ice and snow like you have never felt before.
Made with high strength, abrasion resistant 1.4 mm steel coils and heavy duty natural rubber material, the Yaktrax Pro easily conforms to the shape of your boot or shoe. With its patented SkidLock coil design, the Yaktrax Pro provides 360 degrees of traction on packed snow and ice and can be worn in temperatures as low as -41° Fahrenheit"
Runblogger Runcast #10 - Review of YakTrax Pro from Pete Larson on Vimeo.
Living in New Hampshire, snow is a constant in most years, and finding ways to stay active despite the snow is sometimes a challenge. In this Runcast I take a pair of YakTrax Pro foot-coverings for a spin during a snowstorm. My initial impressions - they're very comfortable, and provide great traction on both ice and powdery snow. I'd highly recommend the YakTrax Pro if you're looking for a way to get out for a run when there's snow on the ground.
Yaktrax comes in two models - the Pro and the Walker. Both are reasonably priced - the Pro can be had for around $20.00 or less on Amazon.com. Below are links to both.
Links Related to this Episode
-For more information about the YakTrax, you can visit their website here: http://www.yaktrax.com.
-You can also read my review of the Brooks Launch shoes that I wore in this video.
-I've posted several other Runcasts related to winter running - you can view a list of all previous Runblogger Runcasts here.
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