Snow & Ice Traction Cleats
Thousands of ice cleats "In Stock", ready to ship. No order is too large for our inventory.
Supplying Military, Government, Law Enforcement, and Corporate businesses since 2002.
Our snow and ice cleats for boots, as well as shoes, improve traction and safety on ice and snow, which will help reduce the risk of fractured bones, pulled muscles, or even back problems caused by a quick slip or fall. We have slip-on snow cleats in all major brands by Yaktrax, Stabilicers, SureFoot, Get-A-Grip, Due North, Korkers, Grip-Ons, and WinterGrips.
"Slip and Fall" Facts
- Slip and Fall injuries are the 3rd largest cause of workplace injuries. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- According to the National Safety Council, slips and falls are the single largest cause of Emergency Room visits
- The average slip and fall injury costs $28,000. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Reduce workers' compensation costs
- Increase productivity
- Improve morale
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It's finally time to put away ice cleats, grips, and other personal traction devices until winter returns and your employees need them again. But instead of simply collecting ice cleats in a box or stuffing them in a supply closet for months on end, take a few minutes to do the following.
Whether your winter gear has been safely stored away since the last of the snow melted or you're just getting around to the job now, you can use the advice listed here to help preserve your clothing, blankets, and equipment in great condition until you need it again.
It can be a bit more difficult to determine which industry's employees should be given ice cleats for the winter. Consider how frequently employees that have "desk jobs" are required to go outside in the winter as part of their ordinary duties.