>Gears and Wears>Cleats for Running on Ice
Needs more cowbell!
Kirsten - aka "Auntie Kirsten"
• 2 olympic distance duathlons -- 6 days apart -- PR at least 1
• 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
I read some things on the RW forums that makes the YakTrax ones sound like they wear out fast. these are intriguing, but maybe not for $59!
The Stabilicer Sports look like they can be used even on patches of cement w/o wrecking them though.
Blaine Moore (MM#2867)
I'm looking at all the different types...Yaktrax, Stabilicer, Get a Grip, etc. Anyone have any favorites that they've found held up better than others/ fit better, etc? Tried them all and none worked? I don't think I want to put screws in my shoes!
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From your list, I've only used the stabilicers, and I've been pretty happy with them.
$59 is well worth not having to run on the mill, though!
Thanks Blaine. Have you tried any other kinds before that?
You know I have run it all sorts of cleats, I absolutely hate yaktrax and I tend to use a great pair of slip one spikes that are lgithweight and last one Alaska season, have tried trail runners with spikes (>$150) and runningn shoes with bolts screwed into them (they are great but are weird when you hit asphalt that isn't frozen. I always go back to my slip on running spikes $22/pr... Spikes can be replaced and I can run up frozen rivers or icy stairs and rds and I can take them off when I don't need them.
I always go back to my slip on running spikes $22/pr... Spikes can be replaced and I can run up frozen rivers or icy stairs and rds and I can take them off when I don't need them.
Races for 2013:
Kluane Bike Relay (4 legs 70 miles)
Calgary 70.3 (72.3)
Aukeman Sprint Triathlon 8/6/2013
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Sherry, can you tell me what brand the spikes are that you're talking about?