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Ways to Reduce Slips and Falls Around Loading Docks

LOW-PRO Ice Cleats Are the Answer

Let's save time by starting out with the answer to your problem.
  • Winter Walking LOW-PRO Ice Cleats have revolutionary patented Transitional Traction.
  • 26 durable 1mm Aggressive Tungsten Carbide Studs minimally protrude beyond the Ice Cleat's Tread. Therefore, when you place your weight on the Ice Cleat, both the studs and treads make contact with the surface.
  • The studs and aggressive, self-cleaning treads provide excellent traction on ice, deep snow, packed snow, slush, and black ice.
  • Your crew will use them, be safer, and productivity will remain high because you put them on and keep them on. You don't have to remove them because
    • studs won't damage most floors, and
    • LOW-PRO is safe to wear while driving a car, truck, or tow motor.
  • LOW-PRO Ice Cleats vs. Slip-Resistant Shoes
    • The initial cost is a fraction of the cost of slip-resistant shoes;
    • they work exponentially better than slip-resistant shoes of ice and black ice;
    • you're not forced to wear, and therefore quickly wear out, slip-resistant shoes when you don't need them; and
    • your crew can choose work shoes based on comfort instead of being limited to slip-resistant shoes.
  • The bright orange color makes it easy for management to monitor compliance.
  • LOW-PRO Ice Cleats can be shared between employees because there are no hygienic issues.
  • The same reasons LOW-PRO Ice Cleats are perfect for warehouse and loading dock safety also make them a perfect choice for
    • Shuttle Drivers,
    • Delivery Drivers,
    • any Truck Driver,
    • people who perform Yard Checks;
    • activities in Cities; and
    • lastly, people with disabilities.

Slip-Resistant Shoes Won't Solve Loading Dock Slips and Falls

Slip-Resistant Shoes will improve safety. However, no rubber or leather-sole slip-resistant shoe is effective on ice.

Traditional Ice Cleats Are an Impractical Solution for Loading Dock Safety

Ice cleats provide traction on ice and snow. However, ice cleats

  • reduce traction on smooth dry and wet surfaces and therefore increase the risk of injury;
  • should not be worn when driving or operating a tow motor; and
  • lastly, require employees to remove ice cleats every time they go indoors or hop back on the tow motor.

Constantly puting ice cleats on and off isn't practical or even reasonable to expect.

  • In most cases the employees either won't use their ice cleats, or not remove them when required, and therefore increase the risk of an injury.
  • If they do use them properly, productivity suffers.

Loading Docks Are Hazardous in Winter

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • 15% of all lost time accidents is caused by slips and falls.
  • A disproportionately high number of those injuries result from slips and falls on or around the loading dock caused by wet floors immediately inside the warehouse from the dock doors combined with dock itself where you have water, snow, and ice.

Depending on the weather, it's not practical or even possible to completely eliminate slippery conditions around a loading dock.

$39.95 /pr.
Winter Walking LOW-PRO Ice Cleats JD6610 on winter boots showing top and bottom views.
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats on winter boots
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats Dual Material Construction
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats Transitional Traction
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats Front Straps
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats Heel Straps showing patented Dual Pull Tabs.
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats side view on winter boots and dress shoes.
LOW-PRO Ice Cleats showing a dogtooth surface that helps to prevent them from slipping out of place.
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LOW-PRO Sizing Chart
Fits Shoe Sizes
Based of Steel Tip Shoes
Men's Women's Footwear Length Range in Inches* Size
13½ + --- 14" - 14¾" XXL
11½ - 13 --- 13¼" ‹ 14" XL
9½ - 11 11.5+ 12¾" ‹ 13¼" L
7 - 9 9 - 11 11¾" ‹ 12¾" M
5 - 6½ 7 - 8½ 10¾" ‹ 11¾" S
*Measured on the bottom of your shoe or boot from the tip of the sole to the base of the heel.

Crucial Ice Cleats Sizing Tips

  1. You can go by the shoe sizes. However, the actual size of the shoe or boot can vary significantly for the same foot size. So option two below is a better way to select the correct size.
  2. Measure the length of your shoe or boot. Measure the bottom from the tip of the sole to the base of the heel. Measure on "the flat", don't wrap around. We want the length. Then find the size on the sizing chart with the Footwear Length Range that spans the length of your footwear. Measure carefully. Measure twice. Our goal is to get you the right size on the first try to make you as safe as possible as soon as possible.
Ice cleats sizes are unisex and fit men's and women's shoes and boots according to the sizing charts.
Always try your ice cleats on as soon as you receive them for two reasons.
  1. You want to be ready for the bad weather. Don't wait until the ice is on the ground to find out you need a size exchange.
  2. I can't do free size exchanges for ice cleats that have been used because I can't resell them.

What should I do if the length of my shoe or boot is extremely close to the breakpoint of a size range? Should I choose the next larger size? For example, assume the length of your boot or shoe is just under 12½". You look at the specific size chart for ice cleats you're buying. Assume for this example the Medium has size range of 11½" to < 12½" and a Large is 12½" to < 13". For regular shoes and work shoes, stick with the smaller of the two sizes your considering. If you're planning to use your ice cleats on heavier winter boots, choose the bigger size.

I'm planning to use the ice cleats on both my shoes and boots. But they're different lengths. What should I do?

If the difference in length is small, order the size for the larger boots. Purchase the optional Ankle Strap to use when you use the ice cleats on your shoes. The ankle strap will make sure they stay on. If the difference in length is significant, you may need two sizes of ice cleats. That's because you want the ice cleats to be snug, so they not only stay on your footwear but also stay aligned.

I have a large company. There's no way I can measure everyone's footwear.

I understand. Go by shoe sizes. I'll be happy to exchange sizes later on. However, please make sure you haven't used the ice cleats outdoors.

Is the measuring technique 100% accurate?

Nope. It's accurate most of the time. Measuring is far superior to go by shoe size. 
Ice Cleat Ankle Straps
Winter Walking Ice Cleats fit securely on most shoes and boots. Most people do not need or use the Ankle Strap. However, Ankle Straps add an additional level of comfort, knowing your ice cleats will stay on your footwear. It's more critical to consider Ankle Straps if you

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