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Hi guys
I know it's not very survival topic, but you guys have a lot of experience with various things :thumb:

Here in Saskatchewan we had already first snow. I love my cowboy boots but they are very dangerous on ice - very slippery. I know I can buy a rubber cover for my boots, but this is good for a farm, not a city. Do you have any ideas or tips how to deal with slippery cowboy boots? I know I can glue piece of rubber to the outsole, but it doesn't look nice too.
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I used yaktrax on my boots but they were not pointy toed cowboy boots. I don't know if they would fit.
They work great with regular boots.
yaktrax.com
 

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pack them away until it warms up in spring and get yourself a pair of boots that LACE up, so you have some ankle support if you slip and twist your ankle, at least you won't mess it up, it's hell trying to bug out on crutches
 

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ok, thanks guys. My first idea was to glue 1in nails to my boot's outsole :) but seriously, recently we have in Saskatchewan very harsh winter (today it was -50) and I am simply cold wearing my cowboy boots.
 
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