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        MORE SECURITY IN WINTER
        OPTIMAL GRIP ON BLACK ICE THANKS TO FINE GLASS PARTICLES

        The Hanwag IceGrip sole has proved itself as a tried-and-tested winter classic since it was launched over ten years ago. The secret behind it are the microscopically small glass particles in the tread blocks that literally claw into the surface of the ice to provide better slip-resistance. The effect is similar to sand paper. In recent years, we have continued to develop it further and the Hanwag IceGrip sole is now available in a number of different versions.




        HANWAG IceGrip Original


        Tread depth: 5 mm
        IceGrip zones: 14
        Details: The most robust and stiffest version
        Area of use: Very versatile




        HANWAG IceGrip ZT


        Tread depth: 4,5 mm
        IceGrip zones: 10
        Details: A distinctive heel designed specifically for double-stitched boots
        Area of use: Wide range of use from frozen city streets to deep snow and winter terrain

        HOW DOES THE HANWAG ICEGRIP SOLE WORK?

        The Hanwag IceGrip sole has proved itself as a tried-and-tested winter classic since it was launched over ten years ago. The secret behind it are the microscopically small glass particles in the tread blocks that literally claw into the surface of the ice to provide better slip-resistance. The effect is similar to sand paper. In recent years, we have continued to develop it further and the Hanwag IceGrip sole is now available in a number of different versions.



        ICEGRIP TEST
        SATRA TM144

        Normal sole

        HANWAG IceGrip

        dry

        0,497

        0,587

        wet

        0,326

        0,412

        ice

        0,067

        0,474

        The SATRA PM144 test shows that: The higher the figure, the greater the grip on the different surfaces. 1.00 would be 1G, i.e. exactly the same amount of traction as there is vertical pressure (weight) on the sole.




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