Kahtoola NANOspikes Traction System

Kahtoola NANOspikes Traction System
Kahtoola NANOspikes Traction System
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NANOspikes Traction System by Kahtoola
Kahtoola's NANOspikes Traction System allows you to take the streets this winter without the worry of taking a digger on an icy sidewalk. Durable but lightweight, each pair has ten tungsten carbide spikes that bite into icy surfaces as you run. The system is available in small, medium, and large, so you can get the right fit for your running shoes.

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SKU: KHT000A
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