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Product Highlights:

  • Spikes and chains are stainless steel 304
  • Spike material is stainless steel 420J
  • Harness material is Elastomer
  • Easily removable and portable in any backpack

About Hillsound FreeSteps 6

Hillsound FreeSteps 6
The last thing you want to do during winter is to slip and slide all over. When it comes to icy trails you want to stay firm on your feet with the Hillsound FreeSteps 6. Its integrated spikes are made from stainless steel, which are held together by chains for added strength, and traction against slipping, and missteps. The harness is made from Elastomer for guaranteed durability. The FreeSteps 6 is ideal to be used for snowy streets to ponds and lakes for ice fishing. You can easily walk icy trails with confidence with the Hillsound FreeSteps 6. So when winter comes, go ahead put on your FreeSteps 6 and enjoy the outdoors, even if it has been snowing for days.

Hillsound FreeSteps 6 Features

  • Spikes and chains are stainless steel 304
  • Spike material is stainless steel 420J
  • Harness material is Elastomer
  • Easily removable and portable in any backpack

Hillsound FreeSteps 6 Specifications

XS: 0.64 lb, S: 0.67 lb, M: 0.71 lb, L: 0.75", XL: 0.79 lb
Harness Material
Chains and Spikes
Stainless Steel 304 
Spike Material
Stainless Steel 420J 
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, X-Large
Weight [with packaging]
Large: 0.9 lb,
X-Large: 0.95 lb
Mfr #
Hillsound Freesteps/Crampon Size Chart
 X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
US Men's Shoe Size N/A 6-8 8-10 10-12 12-15
US Women's Shoe Size 5-7 7-9 9-11 N/A N/A
UK 3-5 5-7 7-9 9-11 11-14
Euro 35.5-38 38-41 41-43 43-46 46-50

FreeSteps 6 Customer Reviews

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Stainless steel?

By Christopher

from Ohio

Pro's: extremely good fit over both boot and running shoe; excellent traction in snow and ice.

Con's: the second time I went to put them on, they had rusted....stainless steel?

It's not like anyone is going to see the rusty ice cleats on the bottom of your feet; but I apprecate the honesty in telling someone what they are buying.

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4-Wheel Drive for your feet!

By Dwitty

from Cornwall, ON

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  • Easy on
  • Stay in place
  • Wicked Traction


  • Minor Surface Rust

Best Uses

  • Freezing rain
  • Icy Walks
  • Trail Running On Snowice

I have used these microspikes for walking the dog and serious trail running in the mountains with mixed snow and ice. My first couple of runs I found the front slipped to the side on the shoe on one foot. After repositioning and bringing the rubber ring up higher on the shoes I had no further movement. These spikes are aggressive and give unbelievable traction in all conditions except dry pavement/cement of course. These are overkill if you are just trying to walk across a parking lot but if you plan to do hills or high speed mountain treks and can't afford a break down, these are for you. Awesome.

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C. M  I wear a size 11 boot, and I definitely don't want to be losing these on the trail; would that be a large? Stretch a medium?
CHANRITH S  I would get a large. I wear size 10.5 and the hillsound freestep 6 fits great. Medium would be too small.
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