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Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Slip-On Ice Cleats

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Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Slip-On Ice Cleats

Item #:
6310
Price:
$24.95
Sale Price:
$19.95
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The Ergodyne Trex 6310 Adjustable Ice Traction Device offers traction and stability when the terrain demands a greater grip. Each of the 10 steel studs is treated for high durability, and the rubber remains flexible in temperatures as low as 40 degrees below zero.

An adjustable cinch cord allows you to tight the cleats to your comfort, and there are even reflective tabs for higher visibility. These cleats are ideal for several fields of work, including construction, roofing, landscaping, utilities, installations, and more.

Trex Ice Cleat Sizing:
Large: Men 8-11 / Women 10.5-12
X-Large: Men 11-13 / Women 12+


  • 10 rugged, heat-treated carbon steel studs for tenacious grip & stability
  • Adjustable cord cinches tight for a secure fit
  • Stretchable rubber for fit and easy on/off
  • Aggressive tread connects mid-foot and heel stud zones
  • Reflective pull-on tab adds enhanced visibility
  • Flexible to -40 below
  • Replacements studs sold separately
  • High visibility
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Water repellent
  • Replacement studs are also available.
  • Hand washable


  • Large: Mens 8-11 / Womens 10.5-12
  • X-Large: Mens 11-13 / Womens 12+

  • Ergodyne: Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace. What started 27 years ago with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, tenacious work gear; all precision crafted to provide protection, regulate temperature, and enhance productivity for workers on jobsites the world over.

  • The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing: ProFlex Hand Protection, ProFlexKnee Pads, ProFlex Supports, Trex Footwear Accessories, Chill-Its Cooling Products, N-Ferno Warming Products, GloWea Hi-Vis Apparel, Squids Lanyards, Arsenal Equipment Storage Systems, and CORE Performance Work Wear.

  • Product Reviews

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    100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
    By Neal C.
    little rock, arkansas
    Safety first.
    February 11, 2021
    Arkansas' winters are notorious for ice more than snow. As an orthopaedic surgeon, my patients and my livelihood depend upon me remaining safely upright. That's why I wear secure footwear, don't run in the rain and wear ice cleats when there is frozen precipitation. I have owned this product for at least 10 years and there have been no problems except the rear, central cleat has become missing without detriment to function of the device. With these securely pulled onto my footwear, I am confident that I can walk safely from the parking lot to the hospital or office even when the surface, regardless of slope, is nothing but a sheet of ice.
    Pros
    • durability
    Cons
    • may not optimally fit every shoe/boot. pick sizes accordingly.
    By Bear
    Minnesota / Canadian border next to BWCA wildernes
    Grip that stays put on the boot
    December 18, 2017
    I bought these because after a strange start to winter, we ended up with the gravel roads and my driveway having 4" of permanent ice on them. Walking about was tricky to say the least even in town. The local store ran out of everything they had as far as ice gripping goes, so I searched online and found these.The biggest complaint you`ll find is the stack the strap on type grips often are hard to keep on the heel of a boot....not these. I`ve had them now a month, and on my size 10 pack boots with steel toes. Tight to get on, but that was the big plus! I love them. I do not take them off and on, I just leave them on for the winter. I have other pack boots for casual wear in the forest and about town.
    Pros
    • Fit tight with a strap band from the heel over the boot for good constant fit...no slippage off on the heel. What a plus.
    Cons
    • None.