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what type of cleats do you guys like?

Discussion in 'IceFishingMichigan.com' started by michael marrs, Dec 15, 2017.

  1. michael marrs

    michael marrs

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    I have been looking at yaktracks,. If I had never seen so many of them, I would thingk that coiled spring design, would be slicker then the ice. any how, this year I want to get some good cleats, I don't bounce very well
     
  2. Milbo

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    Kahtoola Microspikes MSRP $69.95. Look around and you might find them cheaper. Expensive but nice! I've had mine about 4 years now. I wear mine over Lacrosse Alpha Burleys
     

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  4. Mr. Botek

    Mr. Botek

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    https://sportsmensdirect.com/shop/ice-hopper-creepers/

    Like Milbo, I have an older set of Katoola's and they're great. In the last couple of years they've switched manufacturers and the quality has suffered.

    It'll be SDI Ice Hooper Creepers when I need to replace mine.
     
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  5. Milbo

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    That stinks. They had a great product. It looks like the SDI cleats are a Kahtoola knock off. Should do the job!
     
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  6. Mr. Botek

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    I'm not certain but believe SDI uses their old manufacturer, so same product but different name & cheaper.
     
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  7. Jiw275

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    I use the Yaktracks & am happy with them.
     
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  8. Fur n Fins 1982

    Fur n Fins 1982

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    Yak tracks for me also wear them all day at work too in the winter
     
  9. jancoe

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    Yaktraks. The coiled springs grip just the right amount and don't tear up other surfaces like a spike would.
     
  10. bobberbill

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    Short screws in my Muck boots work pretty good. CHEAP..
     
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    Kahtoolas redesigned them fixed the tearing issue.
     
  12. J D

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    Neos over boots

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  13. jimbo

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    I have yak track too. Fairly easy to put on & light weight so I keep them in my box if there's no snow
     
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