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  • ICEGRIPPER recycling and decreasing our carbon footprint
    August 25, 2023

    ICEGRIPPER - Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

    Last year we wrote an ICEGRIPPER blog post entitled 'Whats in Your Bag'? We discussed how customers are becoming increasingly conscious of their environmental footprint, after switching to new LDPE recyclable bags...however we had already implemented a number of other recycling initiatives...
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  • Choosing Your Kahtoola Gaiters with ICEGRIPPER
    April 28, 2023

    Choosing Your Kahtoola Gaiters with ICEGRIPPER

    Snow, water, dirt and pebbles have a way of sneaking into even the most waterproof of boots. To prevent this, put on some Kahtoola Gaiters. They cover the vulnerable tops of your footwear to fully protect your feet from the elements. And with warming climates, even Northern walking destinations like Scotland have increased risks of ticks looking to get inside your boots and up your trousers..!
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  • ICEGRIPPER your OCsystem Experts
    April 7, 2023

    ICEGRIPPER your OCsystem Experts

    Spring has arrived and with winter behind us, now might be the time to check the OC fittings on your winter snow boots? Before putting your boots away. Look at the anti slip OC fittings for signs of wear, see...

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    February 25, 2023

    NEW! ICEGRIPPER RUNspikes - Run, Jog, Walk, Explore

    Run, Jog, Walk, Explore... ICEGRIPPER RUNspikes are a light, low profile, winter traction device, aimed at anyone who prefers an ice grip that can be worn comfortably on sports footwear such as trainers, trail shoes, sneakers and any other type of...

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  • When is Hill Walking not Hill Walking?
    February 20, 2022

    When is Hill Walking not Hill Walking?

    This ICEGRIPPER article focuses on the use of micro-crampons and ice grips when winter ‘hill walking’. But before we look at the equipment it may be necessary to provide some context and define ‘hill walking’, which can vary quite a bit depending on where in the UK you are ‘doing’ it...
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