32 North Stabilicers Lite

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32 North Stabilicers Lite
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32 North Stabilicers Lite - With aggressive cleats and tread, STABILicers Lite provide unbeatable traction. Made from the same elastomer as the STABILicers SPORT, the Lite is easy to pull on and take off, while securely fitting both shoes and boots. STABILicers Lite's non-replaceable multidirectional steel cleats bite into ice and snow allowing you to stride naturally through winter's worse conditions. This product is ideal for walking, jogging, and light running or light trail hiking. When you don't need the heavy durability of the original STABILicers or the grip of the STABILicers SPORT for daily runs or rigorous hikes, the STABILicers Lite is just what you need.

Weather and Wind:

  • Multidirectional, case-hardened non-replaceable cleats bite into ice and snow

Traction and Grip:

  • Full foot slip protection with heel and forefoot cleats maintains traction throughout your natural stride while walking.
  • Traction tread outsole and cleats simultaneously contact walking surface, providing superior grip on ice, snow, rock, and pavement

Features:

  • Lightweight TPE Elastomer holds STABILicers Lite securely in place.
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Sizes: S(fits men's shoe sizes 4-7, women's 5-8), M(men's 7.5-10, women's 8.5-12), L(men's 10.5-13), XL(men's 13 +).
With aggressive cleats and tread, STABILicers Lite provide unbeatable traction. The Lite is easy to pull on and take off, while securely fitting both shoes and boots. STABILicers Lite's non-replaceable multidirectional steel cleats bite into ice and snow allowing you to stride naturally through winter's worst conditions. These are ideal for walking, jogging and light running or light trail hiking.
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S:W's 4 - 7, M's 5 - 8; M
Weight:12 oz.
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32 North Stabilicers Lite Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These are exactly what I was looking for

More than worth the price to save from falling on
ice, snow or whatever and risk breaking bones or
cracking your head open.
I work in the medical field and falls in the winter
keep many ERs and doctors swamped with business.
These fit right over your shoes and can save you
from painful and dangerous slips all winter long.
It's amazing how many people ignore this danger
or don't do anything to prevent falls from ice
when it's so simple and affordable to purchase these. I love them!
Maggie at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Great grip

These have been great for walking around the neighborhood after it snows. I easily walked on ice, snow, and slush without a problem. They are also great to use while shoveling the sidewalk and driveway, allowing you to get a good grip on the ground to push the shovel. The only con is the time it takes to position them just right on your shoe. Maybe I will get the next size up if I get a second pair.
Joe the lazy guy at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Helping me stay upright!

I recently reviewed this product and gave it 3 stars based on it coming off of one of my boots several times. I have since tried it on other boots and have found that it stays on very nicely if the boot is not smooth and has some ridges on the heel to keep the rubber bands secure. I'm revising to 5 stars because these things are saving me on a daily basis!
Yooper Girl at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Terrific for icy trail

Hiked icy trails at the Grand Canyon. I walked over pools of ice that spread over narrow trails, they gripped and never slipped. They are quick and easy to pull on in less than 5 minutes. The bad part is they can slip off, this is easily fixed for extended use a shoe lace or string to secure them in a cris cross pattern to your shoe or boot.
Patrick of the S Kiabab Trail at Campmor on 01/01/2013

Sizing Runs a Bit Small

Great item to keep around for that hopefully infrequent ice storm. I believe the sizing guide is wrong to the small side. I wear a size 10 shoe/boot and got the Medium based on the guide but they would clearly not fit properly on that size shoe/boot after a struggle to get them on. Had to exchange them for the Large.
Okiebenz at Campmor on 12/12/2010

Stabilicers Work

I use the stabilicer on snowy/icy days and we have plenty of those in Maine. They work. As for not great, you have to take them off when you go inside, but then you have to get out of your car to go inside too.
Lenny at Campmor on 01/01/2014

Asked to Order More for Friends & Family

We had several ice storms this winter. These were life and bone savers. Great to keep set in car for emergency use. Works well for melting and refreezing conditions. Provides safe and secure footing. Fits low end of size range else order next size.
Big Bob at Campmor on 02/02/2011

staying up right on icy footing

Great service. I received a small, my boots are 7.5 and they fit snugly on them. I feel very safe using them as my nightmare is to fall and break anything. I am 67 and want to stay upright!
Da yooper snowshoer and skiier at Campmor on 12/12/2013

Great on ice

we bought these a few years ago and decided on another pair, since they work so well on ice . We haul wood for a distance between house and out building and no worries about falling.
kitty jumper at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Icers better than Yaks better than Micro

These carry better than Yaks or Microspikes and are easier to put on. They're also flatter under foot on hard ground. Use them for traction on ice, hardpak, and even wet leaves.
Zeigoat at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Negative Reviews:

painful to wear

Not for people who live and walk in the city. Too painful. I have to stop and put them on when the side walk is icy then take them off when I pass the icy patch. Too time consuming. Looking for something to wear on short walks through the city. I'm hoping the yakstrax (sp?) will better suit my needs. If you are hiking in the country side though I imagine these would be great.
City walker at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Get what you pay for:(

Will be buying a more expensive pair that velcro on or strap on somehow as these do not stay on.
Spicer216 at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Wish they would just stay on

Needs a strap that goes over the top of a boot to hold it on.
Jacque des Bois at Campmor on 12/12/2010

lost one of them on 1st use

Bought correct size, had them on securely, lost one on 1st hike
outdoordk at Campmor on 01/01/2013

Fit well but hurt feet

I am going back to YakTrax
Dawi at Campmor on 12/12/2010

keep falling off

won't stay on boot
eric at Campmor on 02/02/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Decent grippers, however not secure

These remind me of yaktracks but they don't stay on as well, some modifications may be needed or I will end up loosing one just like I did with my Yacktrax.

I use them for ice fishing and if one comes off on a big lake at night it's most likely gone for good.

Good traction on ice but if you venture off the ice you are likely to have one come off.

As far as the sizing is concerned I believe they have to fit quite tightly or they will come right off. I wear a size 9 1/2 Kamik ice breaker and the mediums fit on them about as secure as these will get, it does take some doing to get them on.

If your needs are for serious outdoor wear I would recommend a traction device that straps on securely.
Henry David at Campmor on 01/01/2012

North woods helper

I really like these a lot and they have worked better than snowshoes for me on hikes that have steeper areas that require more careful footing. Also we have a really long driveway and this winters weather has left it very icy and treacherous for walking. They have been a great help just walking to get the mail. The only downside is that one of the stabilicers has come off of my boot several times while hiking. This is after several uses, but I would expect that I'd be able to use them longer than a few weeks...and this is happening with only one. If both stayed on consistently, these would be a five star product for me.
Yooper girl at Campmor on 02/02/2012

Incorrect fit may make them useless

My husband and I purchased these at about the same time for use in winter walking and light hiking. We both purchased the size recommended. Mine fit my boots well and provide adequate stability even on the solid ice surfaces we are currently experiencing in Maine. Note this is in flat terrain as we have not had an opportunity to do anything else. In contrast, my husband's spikes fall off after only a short distance, despite being difficult to put on. Good luck.
Sierra at Campmor on 01/01/2014

Hard on the knees

I've used Yak-Traks for years, but I wear them out fast. My walking partner recommended StabilIcers...great grip but because of the metal plate under the ball of the foot it hammers my bad knee to much. Not worth the extra pain.
Dog walker at Campmor on 01/01/2011

Good for around town.

These are easy to use and inexpensive. They will work well for around town, but are not the best for wilderness use.
CPT Waters at Campmor on 01/01/2013