It is late November, and winter is fast approaching. When hiking in the hills and mountains in this time and year, snow and ice make their debut. Even the top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii of all places can not avoid winter snow.
The main hazard of snow and ice is slipping. And snow and ice usually accummulate in places were slipping is most dangerous.
One way to help get a grip on a snowy, slippery surface is to wear ice and snow cleats. Cleats have these hooks which dig into snow and ice, helping your feet get a grip on the winter surface. And we are pleased to offer snow cleats in three sizes (XL, L, and M)
We are offering these cleats at 20% off the retail price. Supplies are limited, so get your cleats before we run out! (Sale expires 11/30/2015)