Outdoor Clothing and Equipment in London
9 Seagry Road
ICEGRIPPER has tested over 100 ice grips, ice cleats, shoe chains, snow boots and other winter products, which help wearers improve their grip in icy and snowy conditions.
Users of our products feel reassured when walking on ice and snow and our ice grips for shoes and boots are regularly used by the emergency services, postmen, local authorities and in the oil industry, as well as thousands of consumers of all ages.
Whether you need industrial standard ice grips, traction products for kids, specialised grips enabling you to pursue your winter sports and leisure activities, or just need to get out and about - let us advise you how to walk, work, run and play on winter ice and snow.
We have assembled the broadest range of products from the world's leading manufacturers, enabling you to be prepared and enjoy winter, rather than dreading it. We genuinely enjoy advising our customers and hearing your winter stories and experiences, so give us a call...
Walk, work, run and play on winter ice and snow with ICEGRIPPER
Having lived and worked in the French Alps for several years, I've had my share of falls on ice and snow! Even my trusty old hiking boots never gave me the grip I needed. It got me thinking about footwear that could be used to give the wearer more confidence through better grip in icy conditions..?
Several years later when dealing with a tyre chain manufacturer I came across shoe chain devices that could quickly and easily be worn and removed as the conditions dictated. I suddenly realised that all the bruising falls could have been avoided.
I made it my mission to offer a range of winter personal traction products that would allow us all to continue life as normal even when the ground is covered in ice and snow. At IceGripper we have brought together the finest range of icegripping shoe covers, shoe chains, ice cleats and traction footwear devices from around the world.
We tend to live in denial of the weather in the UK - probably because it changes so often! We live at a latitude where we can have severe winters - never mind the big freeze of 2009-2010, remember the severe winters of 1963, 1970, 1985 and 2005? No? That's probably because they weren't bad everywhere at once. But in these years most areas of the UK had significant snow and ice sometime over the winter.
The traction footwear devices we sell are commonly used in Canada, USA, Scandinavia and Continental Europe. In addition to members of the general public, they are widely used by the armed forces, emergency services, postal companies and many other organisations with large numbers of outdoor professionals and workers.
So don't put up with slipping and falling! For only a few pounds you can be more confident walking on icy and snow covered ground and help prevent injury to yourself. Don't be one of the 7,000+* accident and emergency admissions, get a grip with www.IceGripper.co.uk
ICEGRIPPER has customers across Europe and you can make purchases in £ or €. Order from our UK site and we'll send it to friends and relatives in Europe.
5 mins walk from Wanstead Tube Stn (Central Line)
If you want a guaranteed way to stop falling over on ice and snow get some ICEtrekkers Diamond Grips from ICEGRIPPER. I've tried a few types over the past few winters but these are definitely the best. They have a 'secret' promo on at the moment - got the discount code through facebook. 10% off, so I'm ordering another pair now, even though it's nearly summer.
Andrea Kilbourne - 05/07/2012 | report this review
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Must be one of the best online purchasing experiences that I have had. I was interested in Icetrekkers Diamond Grips but my boots were close to the change from medium to large. I phoned to discuss this (fairly unusual these day to be able to talk to a human!) and received sound advice. May be I should go for the large but if they were unsuitable they would be changed. Opted for the medium as I hoped to use them on both boots and robust shoes. When I received them they seemed pretty small and not being used to such devices they seemed very difficult to fit. So a quick phone call and a pair of large were shipped out so I could compare the sizes. These turned out to be far too large. My boots are 7.5UK. So I practised putting on the mediums and found they weren't too bad after all. Posted the unwanted pair back to ICEGRIPPER and will be keeping these grippers in my rucksack during the winter months. Can't comment on the effectiveness on ice from personal experience yet, but I know someone who has got through two pairs and swears by them.
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