STABILicers Maxx Ice Cleats
STABILicers Maxx Ice Cleats help you walk with confidence on ice or snow. The innovative design helps to develop reliable traction on many surfaces, whether your fishing a frozen lake, shoveling the drive, or on an icy hiking trail. These can even be used for stream fishing on slippery moss-covered rocks! STABILicers Maxx make a great alternative to felt soles and easily attach to waders.
Maxx Ice Cleats feature long lasting Vibram soles, with heat-treated steel cleats that bite into the slickest ice and snow. Simply attach STABILicers to your favorite shoes or boots quickly and easily with Velcro closure fasteners. Never let icy conditions slow you down again! With more traction than older style grippers or spikes, and longer lasting than grit boots, Stabilicers are your answer for winter mobility.
- Flexible Vibram sole
- 34 cleats
- Replaceable cleats
- Velcro closure straps
STABILicers Maxx Ice Cleats are made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
I would buy this product again for sure
by Baldy -
Very good grip on Ice
Not for walking on ice covered sidewalks
The stabilicers were used on ice covered sidewalks and the spikes became completely worn off in two weeks. They would last longer if they were used only on frozen lakes.
Cleats are nice but straps need work
by Kevin WI
These are solidly constructed cleats, however I can not use them because the strap is too short to fully wrap around my Iceman boots. It's not like I have huge feet as I wear a size 8 only. I'm sure they would fit well over work boots, but who ice fishes in those? If the strap were longer, these would be great. As it is, they sit in the closet and collect dust.
No slip satisfaction
by Hammer -
I use and trust these Stabilicers. I have tried other brands for ice fishing but have not found anything to compair them to.
Solid but heavy.
by fishmunkee -
The cleats give a great grip on slick ice. They are comfortable and stay on the boot once adjusted properly which is easy to do with the velcro tabs. They are heavier than other cleats but provide better grip and are built to last far longer. I have had a pair going strong for 5 years now and just bought a set for my brother. They aren't cheap but then what does a back injury cost you? I would suspect they'd be good on algae covered rocks too but haven't given it a try yet.