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Outdoor Footwear Pavement-Crampons MICROspikes Kahtoola
MICROspikes

Ideal for walking, hiking and running on snow-packed paths and trails or working on steep mud and grass. This pocket-sized traction system attaches easily to running, approach and everyday shoes as well as boot...

£23.92 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Footwear Pavement-Crampons Spiky Plus Petzl Charlet
Spiky Plus

Petzl's Spiky Plus anti-slip soles are excellent for the winter walker. Simply put them over any pair of shoes or boots for added traction on icy, slippery surfaces.

£6.20 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Footwear Pavement-Crampons 8 Spiky Forefoot Points Petzl Charlet
8 Spiky Forefoot Points

Replacement points for the front points of you Petzl Spiky pavement crampon

£6.20 (inc Vat)
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Outdoor Footwear Pavement-Crampons 4 Spiky Heel Points Petzl Charlet
4 Spiky Heel Points

Replacement points for the rear points of your Petzl Spiky pavement crampon

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