I have two pairs of these that I have now used for 2 years. I use them everyday in the winter. (4 -5 months) I have them on my “barn boots” and my hiking/running boots. They are FANTASTIC. The fact that I have 2 pairs still intact and present after two years speaks volumes. I have a TON of others, all different types and mostly just one of a pair, since I have also lost a ton of them, coming off in the snow and mud.
These are PERFECT in all ways; easy on and off even in really cold temps, they stay on till you want them off, They work REALLY well in the woods, on trails, ice, mud. They are low profile enough that I can put in miles of running on any surface without having any joints bother me.
Considering how perfect they are, the price is Very fair and moderate.
Buy these, you will be satisfied with them.
These strap on cleats saved me from multiple slips and falls on icy slopes and trails this past winter. They grip very well but also allow for the movement needed to spin when throwing a disc. In winter disc golf club this past season I saw multiple people fighting with their chain cleats as the chains snapped and broke or the rubber tore during games. In comparison my Hillsound FlexSteps lasted through well over 50 rounds of icy/snowy play and are still in great shape for next winter's play. A great purchase!
I used these so I wouldn't fall this winter. I highly recommend them.
Just used my micro spikes this week on a day where one could not be outside without them. If you have a dog and live where there is snow and ice in the winter, you will appreciate having these. They are very easy to don and take off. I think of them as I do AAA: when you need them, you are glad you have them as it would be disastrous without them!
These fit nicely over my trail runners and didn't move around as I walked. Used these to hike on a rocky trail with ice patches. I was worried about sliding of the rocks at first, but the gripped pretty well. On the ice these were amazing. Every step felt solidly planted. It didn't matter if the ground was flat, an incline or a decline. When walking through leaves and pine needles they did not stick to the spikes. All around these are great!