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TREX 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device

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Adjustable One-Piece Ice Traction Device: delivers tenacious grip and stability for shoes and boots.

Features

  • 10 rugged, heat-treated carbon steel studs for tenacious grip & stability
  • Adjustable cord cinches tight for a secure fit
  • Stretchable rubber for fit and easy on/off
  • Aggressive tread connects mid-foot and heel stud zones
  • Reflective pull-on tab adds enhanced visibility
  • Flexible to -40°F (-40°C)
  • TREX® 6301 Replacement Studs sold separately

Application

  • Road Construction
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  • Trades
  • Installers
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MSRP
$29.85
4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on 5 reviews, 90% of customers recommend this item.
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5 reviews
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ITEM # 6310
Availability: In stock

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Adjustable One-Piece Ice Traction Device: delivers tenacious grip and stability for shoes and boots.

Features

  • 10 rugged, heat-treated carbon steel studs for tenacious grip & stability
  • Adjustable cord cinches tight for a secure fit
  • Stretchable rubber for fit and easy on/off
  • Aggressive tread connects mid-foot and heel stud zones
  • Reflective pull-on tab adds enhanced visibility
  • Flexible to -40°F (-40°C)
  • TREX® 6301 Replacement Studs sold separately

Application

  • Road Construction
  • Construction
  • Roofers
  • Trades
  • Installers
  • Contractors
  • Delivery/Service
  • Landscaping
  • Utilities
  • Logging

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On the ice.
The snow fall
Trex™ 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device
Trex™ 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device
Trex™ 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device

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TREX 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device

Customer Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on 5 reviews, 90% of customers recommend this item.
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5 reviews
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    Jason McCoy

    Reviewed on Dec 10, 2016

    Amazing on traction in the ice. I have used some yak traks before and these blow those out of the water. I got to use them a couple days after getting them while working on the ambulance.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Jonathan Hamon

    Reviewed on Dec 09, 2016

    We got a major snow fall, and using the 6310 ice traction device I was able to wear my smooth dress shoes to several formal events without slipping in the days that followed as the snow turned to ice. Even my sloped driveway was no problem! The other nice feature was the way the were so easy to put on and remove, one handed off was fantastic!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Daniel Hutton

    Reviewed on Feb 25, 2013

    These ice grips are great at giving you total confidence to work on icy locations. Unlike other ice grips I've used in the past there was no point in any step I took where I lost traction. Even on steel or concrete they maintained traction, might scratch some paint, but you won't slip around. With that said, they are difficult to secure to at the front of your boots as they don't wrap around the front of the toe at all, only the sides. Also, the straps that attach at the front of the boot to the steel ring are not very durable at all, after just two days of use one of the straps had already torn over halfway through. I have size 11.5 boots and the XL (size 11-13) boot grips so improper sizing was not an issue. With those small issues taken care of this product would be absolutely unstoppable.

    Ergoman Says

    Great feedback, Dan. Glad the #6310s are providing you the grip and stability you need to stay safe on the job. We’re sorry to hear they didn’t last as long as they should though. We’ll be in touch to get you a replacement pair as well as to understand where the product could do better. Thanks!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Jason McCoy

    Reviewed on Dec 10, 2016

    Amazing on traction in the ice. I have used some yak traks before and these blow those out of the water. I got to use them a couple days after getting them while working on the ambulance.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Jonathan Hamon

    Reviewed on Dec 09, 2016

    We got a major snow fall, and using the 6310 ice traction device I was able to wear my smooth dress shoes to several formal events without slipping in the days that followed as the snow turned to ice. Even my sloped driveway was no problem! The other nice feature was the way the were so easy to put on and remove, one handed off was fantastic!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Jim Trozzo

    Reviewed on Aug 08, 2014

    How well do the TREX work? Well, when I received them there wasn't another snow storm this year. Although no one wants bad weather, I was excited about testing them on my fire boots. Over the last several years, the ice has taken a toll on my body including two line of duty injuries. A bad infection, a neck/back injury, and a broken finger made me realize just how badly I need something on my boots to keep me from falling. As I sat through the summer wondering about the TREX, I began to realize that traction isn't the real issue. Staying on my boots is the real test. So I wore them on my boots for a month which involved a lot of pavement walking around Motor vehicle accidents, and climbing on and off the rigs, and investigating burned out structures. They passed the test. At one time I had to wallow through some very heavy mud (muck) and they remained on my boots. Today, you will find them on my favorite fishing boots that have serviced me to the point of being total slicks. Recently, the TREX kept me from going in the water as I ran to catch my pole as a big 'ol catfish took the bait. Rest assured that when the first ice storm hits Pennsylvania, the TREX will be transferred to my fire boots.

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