Kahtoola NanoSpikes


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Pavement crampon

Although Kahtoola Nanospikes are aimed at runners (being light, low profile and durable), they are great for walkers who like getting out in winter conditions. This ultralight, winter traction device can be attached to your trainers, shoes or boots in seconds and makes winter training and walking possible on iced pavements, roads and gently angled offroad paths. A handy carrying bag is included, to pack away or carry your NanoSpikes.

  • Ultra-lightweight Fabrication
  • 8.3 oz for the largest size
  • Low Profile
  • Ergonomic Band, no straps or buckles
  • Dual Compound Materials
  • Carrying Bag included


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