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RW+ Exclusive: How to Get the Best Traction for Running on Snow and Ice

Drive screws into the soles of your shoes for slip-free running this winter.

I run outdoors no matter the weather. To stay upright on snow and ice, you could use Yaktrax or Kahtoola Microspikes, but I prefer a cheaper option: screw shoes. In this video, I demonstrate this cheap hack. The links below will get you the equipment you need.

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