When you’re on scene and dealing with slippery, wintery conditions, you’ll need to keep your footing in order to stay safe and aware of your surroundings. Yaktrax specializes in allowing first responders to walk, run, and work on packed snow and ice, offering a wide range of ice-traction devices that provide solid, predictable traction that mimics the familiar stability of dry-surface conditions. With a focus on innovation and quality, the new Yaktrax Heeltrax offers this much-needed traction, thereby giving emergency medical professionals the confidence to safely navigate when working in these icy conditions.
Only weighing between 4.8 to 6.3 ounces and easy-to-use, the lightweight Yaktrax Heeltrax easily fits over the heel of your boots or shoes. It is ideal for use in inclement-weather conditions where the use of full-sole traction aid may interfere with a first responder’s ability to do a number of job-specific tasks, such as assessing or transporting a patient, to name just a few. Its upper material is constructed of Thermoplastic Rubber and, the Yaxtrax Heeltrax easily adapts to most footwear.
Equipped with permanent, Tungsten-Carbide spikes that stay securely in place, the Yaktrax Heeltrax can be worn in temperatures as low as -41 degrees Fahrenheit. Emergency medical professionals can be assured that they’ll be visible at night thanks to its reflective heel logo. Available in a sleek, Black color only, the flexible Yaktrax Heeltrax can easily be taken on and off the heels of your boots or shoes at will. Additionally, it is available in the following sizes: Medium/Large, and X-Large.