Turn Your Running Shoes into Spiked Winter Weapons

This article originally appeared on Triathlete

If you live in a region where winter conditions--snow, ice, slush--make it tough to run outdoors because of slippery footing, you can invest in enhanced traction so you can keep training consistently. While you can sometimes get by running through snow and slush just by wearing trail running shoes with knobby lugs, there are three ways to improve your running shoes for snowy and icy wintry surfaces, ranging from affordable to relatively expensive.

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