• VARGO Vargo Outdoor Gear, Titanium Pocket Cleats
  • VARGO Vargo Outdoor Gear, Titanium Pocket Cleats

VARGO Vargo Outdoor Gear, Titanium Pocket Cleats

  • Ultralight Traction Device Improve speed and traction on winter runs or ultralight hiking with the Vargo Titanium Pocket Cleats™. The titanium alloy spikes claw into snow and ice yet weigh nearly a third the weight of the competition without reducing st
  • Brand: VARGO
  • Article number: CFG-T449
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Ultralight Traction Device Improve speed and traction on winter runs or ultralight hiking with the Vargo Titanium Pocket Cleats䋢. The titanium alloy spikes claw into snow and ice yet weigh nearly a third the weight of the competition without reducing strength or durability. When not in use the legs fold down and nest to easily fit into packs or pockets. Nylon carrying case included. Patent Pending - 62/009,101 Available in three sizes: Small: Women��s 6.0 ��� 9 Medium: Women��s 9.5 ��� 12; Men��s 8.0 ��� 10.5 Large: Men��s 11 ��� 13 Note: Pocket Cleats䋢 will not fit or work well with shoes that have extra-thick soles ("Fat Shoes") or shoes with a non-hourglass shape sole. Features Titanium alloy contstruction Compact folding legs Reliable Duraflex䋢 fastners High strength nylon webbing Convenient nylon carry case Specifications Weight (medium) Size Open Size Closed 2.3 ounces each 5.9"L x 1.8"W 4.3"L x 1.8"W (66 grams) (150 x 45 mm) (110 x 45 mm) Before using the Pocket Cleats䋢 for the first time, it is important to follow the instructions below: 1. Adjust the webbing so that the main buckle is located at the highest point of your sneaker. The base of the cleats should be located at the narrowest part of the hourglass shape of your sneakers sole. 2. Adjust the side brackets so that they are located approximately フ_ inch above the bottom of your sneaker on both sides (the brackets will prevent excessive side to side movement). 3. After buckling both back and front straps, cut excessive webbing as desired and burn ends with a match to prevent fraying. Note: prior to cutting webbing, please consider placement on different shoes you may own. Straps must be tight to prevent excessive movement.