Car Easysox Tire Traction Device
$129.23 – $254.23 Per Pair
- Lightweight and less bulky, making them easier to handle and store
- Lower risk of vehicle damage. No metal or plastic components that can strike your vehicle or wheels
- Can be applied to vehicles with extremely low clearance
Tire chains are sold in pairs (will cover one axle)
Free shipping for orders over $75 in the Contiguous U.S.
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Product OverviewThese quick install traction socks provide grip where chains cannot go. Low clearance? Not a problem. Chains not allowed? Not an issue! The true alternative to traditional traction. The Easysox provide an alternative solution to traditional traction. Easier to handle and store, and they will not damage your vehicle because there are no metal or plastic components like traditional chains. EasySox are a slip-on fabric tire sock that provides traction on snow and ice in emergency situations. Multiple state DOTs in both British Columbia and the United States have broadened the scope of traction devices to include fabric tire covers. While these tire sock alternatives cannot completely replace traditional link and cable chains, they have become increasingly popular as alternative traction devices. Snow/Ice covered highway use only. Zero clearance for vehicles with limited to very limited fender to tire clearance.
- Will not cause road damage like studded tires and tire chains, which cost taxpayers millions of dollars each year
- Simple slip on installation, no tangling issues like link chains or cables
- Easysox are environmentally friendy traction alternative. No steelmaking or zinc plating is involved in the production process
Installing Your Tire Chains
Test fit your chains before you need them. Be sure you have the correct chains for your tire size. Consult your owner’s manual if you are unsure.
Lay the chains out flat on the ground to untangle and inspect them for irregularities. Make sure they are not twisted or knotted.
Install the tire chains on the drive wheels of your vehicle, which are typically the front wheels for front-wheel drive vehicles and the rear wheels for rear-wheel drive vehicles.
Check for proper clearance of your vehicle. Then, drive a short distance and check the chains to make sure they are properly secured and adjusted. Never drive over 30 MPH.