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Do you keep falling on your arse on slippery surfaces? The neighbour's kids have kicked the football again on your yard and you forgot the knife into the other trousers? Fear not, here's the solution!
Seriously, these are meant for outdoors activities that may involve slippery, icy slopes and steep rises. Made of steel, these are foolproof.
These attach to shoes with their leather straps, probably about in the style we have pictured. You might want to consider using boots with grooves on the back of the heel for a proper fit. And yes, these have a hinge in the center, so walking should be possible.
EU/French sizes! Of course, as these are kind of designed for certain type of boots, these numbers alone might not be enough. That's why we have measured them from four points: width between all three pairs of the strap attachment points; A (rear), B (middle) and C (front) and the whole length from the heel wire to the folding point of the front spikes (D):
Please note! It's probably entirely possible to bend the strap attachment points to widen the fit. Of course you do this at your own risk. If you don't want to measure anything, pick a a size larger than your boots and hope for the best.
Used. We do not sell these for any actual climbing (or similar) activity, where the user's life might depend on the gear. These are old and the straps might have weakened (or are worn already). Of course it's not rocket science to make new ones.
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