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Ice Grips for Winter Runners from ICEGRIPPER

Ice Grips for Winter Runners from ICEGRIPPER

For those of us who live in regions of the UK, where snow is not predictable year on year, it can be a little intimidating when we suddenly find ourselves faced with a white landscape. But don’t worry ICEGRIPPER has a selection of ice grips for runners…
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ICEGRIPPER supplied ice grips for Huntsmans Winter War

ICEGRIPPER at the MOVIES

You're in the local cinema watching the latest action movie and there's a winter scene...to get the 'magic' on the screen there's an army of people with all sorts of wonderful kit and it's not just cameras and lights. ICEGRIPPER has been called upon several times to help with various movies and entertainment productions...
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Walking Dogs in Snow with ICEGRIPPER

Walking Dogs in Snow with ICEGRIPPER

Walking your dog in the snow is great fun, winter can be a lovely time of the year and most dogs love the snow. They get very excited by their first snowy walk and their reaction to it is often very entertaining, but...
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I’m thinking about Summer Cold!

I’m thinking about Summer Cold!

Customers often ask what the ICEGRIPPER crew do in Summer?
The truth is we continue selling our products - serving our customers with advice and information - because even in the middle of the British Summer, it's winter somewhere else..!
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History of Ice Cleats, Ice Grips and Icegripper

Whether you call them ice cleats, shoe chains, ice spikes or an icegripper, ‘personal traction devices’ are rapidly gaining popularity as a ‘must have’ piece of winter equipment. Most people would be forgiven for assuming these devices are a recent invention, but research reveals this humble product has a long and interesting history...
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Ice Slips and Falls - The Brutal Truth & How to Avoid It

Ice Slips and Falls - The Brutal Truth & How to Avoid It

Ice Slips and Falls...Be honest! When we see someone slipping on ice or snow most of us initially have a laugh - it's a bit like seeing a clown slipping on a banana skin at the circus, flailing arms, funny faces...that is until the full reality hits home - often breaks, fractures, hospitalisation and incapacity...
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