Started in August of 1991 as Jinheung Press, the name “Snowline” was registered as a trademark in 2000 to develop outdoor products. Moving away from the solid bottom type of crampon, we developed the world’s first chain type crampon called “chainsen”. Snowline’s experimental spirit does not deter from a difficult path when developing products that can perform as intended under any circumstances and conditions. We think and develop from a consumer’s perspective to maximize performance, improve design and evolve continuously. Currently, we are accelerating our efforts to develop various products for climbing, trekking and camping while manufacturing functional products with the emphasis on high quality, high performance and convenience. Snowline is determined to be on the forefront of continuous and evolving advances.
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Ideal for firm snow, icy paths or snow fields in spring. Front and back are marked. Walking feels very safe even when traversing snow fields with firm snow.
As the name suggests, Snowline Snowspikes Light are much lighter than the other similar models, being just 267g (pair, size XL) while similar products such as the Kahtoola Microspikes (430g) are heavier.
Snowline Spikes for adventure trail running and trekking will allow you to run everywhere and to easily store in a bag.
Put on in seconds thanks to the elastomer rubber…offer proper grip.
Small, versatile and wide range of use. Good grip thanks to the 11 spikes when winter walking or in urban surroundings. The elastomer rubber and the chains seem reliable and fit firmly.
Good. They offer traction on icy surfaces, slippery tree trunks, bridge, etc. Are put on easily in seconds. Hold perfectly on various shoes thanks to the elastomer construction.
Developed to offer traction on snow and ice while taking photos. Attaching the spikes is quite simple and done in no time.
Big advantage is the low weight, which will make Snowline Snowspikes Light a far better option than similar designs for runners, or anyone wanting to travel fast and light.
James Bond used Chainsen Pro!, and this is no joke. The new Bond film in Austria preparing for the shooting in January of 2015, not only Daniel Craig but the entire 400-strong crew also worked Chains Pro slip-resistant soles of the Snowline.
The best ice traction pull-ons I have found so far, much tougher than the others. A notch or two shy of crampons in a packable size and weight.