Praise from Peter Vaughn

There are lots of challenges living in Canada in winter. One of which is running in January when it’s icy, cold and very windy. Mega sub zero temperatures mean you have to dress for the extreme cold. I like to use Bodyglide® for my face since the wind can really make things uncomfortable. I also […]

Product review from David Manthey

Thanks to trail running coach David Manthey for his product review of ICESPIKE, which follows: Put them into a pair of Mizuno Wave Ascend trail shoes with about 600 miles on them, from last year. (They are now my designated IceSpike shoes.) I ran a pretty technical run on the Chimney Gulch/Beaver Brook trail in […]

IceSpike Product Review by Jen Segger

Testing Dates: Feb 24th, 25th and 26th 2011 Location: Squamish, BC, Canada Temperatures: -2 to -9 C Usage: Off road, trail running, trail walking, hiking Terrain Types: 1) Vertical, steep hiking trail covered with 1 inch thick ice on top of rocks 2) Flat to rolling trails with no technical sections, double track covered in […]

ICESPIKE takes on the Overland track

I’ve just arrived home from Tasmania. I used the Icespikes while hiking the world famous Overland track. This hike takes between 5-8 days depending on how many side trips you decide to take. The Icespikes where absolutely wonderful. The conditions of the track can be quite challenging. Snow, ice, lots of mud, rocky shale, slippery […]

British cyclist will use ICESPIKE for winter riding

Hi Ice Spike, Just wanted to say thank you, just had my delivery (UK) and just fitted them to my cycling shoes, I can say I had no problems fitting to my shoes, very easy to fit, I have enclosed some photos for your gallery, looking forward to trying them out. 80% of the time […]

Great marathon in Greenland, thanks ICESPIKE!

I have returned to Australia after competing in the Polar Circle Marathon in Greenland and want to let you know that my Icespikes were fantastic! They gripped the slippery glacier ice really well on the icecap during the marathon and assisted my footing on the entire snow covered trail of the course. I have never […]