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  • Tour Mont Blanc with ICEGRIPPER
    May 10, 2024

    Tour Mont Blanc with ICEGRIPPER

    Did you know one of the world’s great adventure walks is right on our doorstep? The Tour Mont Blanc (TMB) is an unforgettable experience, high up on many people’s bucket lists and several ICEGRIPPER customers have recently completed it…
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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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  • Trampoline Patent
    March 3, 2021

    Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

    Oscar Wilde said "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery". So, we should be flattered that Amazon spent hundreds, maybe even thousands of pounds buying clicks on Google for...icegripper. Perhaps the retail giant couldn't attract enough customers for it's winter...

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  • ICEGRIPPER Customer Story
    August 1, 2020

    ICEGRIPPER Customer Story

    The ICEGRIPPER CUSTOMER STORY series is inspired by feedback from our customers. It was started several years ago, after talking to a customer and finding the application of our product was alternative, unique and innovative...
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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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