Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Running on snow and ice can be slippery. I've been using
Ice Trekkers the past year and they have worked very well. They aren't as light as Yaktrax, but are much more durable when running between snowy surfaces on pavement.
Sure I can get some snow shoes, but it rarely ever snows enough to make it worth while in Virginia Beach, VA or in Colorado Springs. I've slipped and fell a few times over the years and since I've been wearing the ICEtrekkers, I haven't really had any problems.