Kahtoola Introduces New Forest Green MICROspikes To Double Down on Climate Change

Whether you’re climbing a steep trail or hiking across a frozen lake, Kahtoola MICROspikes are the answer to your winter walking challenges.

Kahtoola is excited to announce a new Forest Green edition of its legendary MICROspikes, designed to keep you safely outside hiking in snowy, icy, and muddy conditions.

To double its commitment to fight climate change, Kahtoola will also donate two percent of sales from every Forest Green pair to the 1% for the Planet Impact Fund at National Philanthropic Trust.

Danny Giovale, owner and founder of Kahtoola, said their goal is to create products that make outdoor adventures more accessible and rewarding and underlying that is the responsibility they have as a company to address the climate crisis to the best of their ability by minimizing our environmental impact.

“This product-specific initiative is one important way we can increase our efforts by doubling our usual 1% for the Planet commitment to support the efforts of this proven environmental organization,” he said.

The MICROspikes traction system has 12 stainless steel spikes per foot that penetrate even the hardest ice and snow to give the user a secure walking surface.

Likewise, the durable, ergonomically shaped harness features a raised heel tab to easily pull over shoes and boots while retaining its elasticity to -22°F.

Users can move securely via mountainous terrain thanks to the lightweight, packable Kahtoola MICROspikes.

Visit kahtoola.com/2percent to learn more about Kahtoola’s commitment to battling climate change with their Forest Green MICROspikes.

Images courtesy of Kahtoola

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Leonard Pineda

Leonard loves traveling and experiencing new places and people. He enjoys going on walks and communing with nature. Leonard is also passionate about education and what it can do to conserve the environment.

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