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  • 1st July and YES you can ski - ICEGRIPPER ice grips still needed!
    July 1, 2020

    1st July and YES you can ski - ICEGRIPPER ice grips still needed!

    ICEGRIPPER has just dispatched a number of orders to Southern Hemisphere skiers and winter adventurers, but 12 days after the Summer Solstice (the day where the Northern Hemisphere Summer starts and the Southern Hemisphere Winter begins) the global ski industry is NOT following it's usual pattern - thanks to Coronavirus...
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  • BREXIT? ICEGRIPPER stays Internationally Focused
    May 1, 2020

    BREXIT? ICEGRIPPER stays Internationally Focused

    Despite being a modest, family run, UK company, ICEGRIPPER has always had an international focus. We wrote about serving international customers in our blog https://icegripper.co.uk/blogs/news/seven-unexpected-uses-for-icegrippersSo, when we were approached by ExpertentTesten a German based review site we were happy to speak with...

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  • Brit shows Ukrainians how NOT to slip on THEIR ICE an ICEGRIPPER CUSTOMER STORY
    February 4, 2019

    Brit shows Ukrainians how NOT to slip on THEIR ICE an ICEGRIPPER CUSTOMER STORY

    Ukraine has a temperate continental climate with cold, snowy winters and warm summers. In Kiev, the Capital, on average snow falls for 51 days with typical winter temperatures in December, January and February rarely exceeding -1C, with an average low-temperature of -5.8°C

    So you'd think they would be pretty well sorted for winter traction products? That doesn't appear to be the case, though. Here's Karl's ICEGRIPPER CUSTOMER STORY
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