Trail Gripper

Gripping ability that makes it difficult to slip on wet ground and steep slopes

Comparison of Trail Gripper against a standard rubber sole

Test is conducted by placing a flat piece of each sole's rubber material on a damp, stone surface. Each piece of rubber is weighted with 1kg and the incline is gradually increased. Standard rubber begins to slip at a 24° incline, while Trail Gripper begins to slip at 42° incline.