Walk in water.

The Yaktrax Streamtrekkers Crampon is another weapon in your upright arsenal when fast-moving streams and slippery river rocks threaten to drench your fishing fun. Waders, boots, or designated wet tennis shoes work well with this crampon, although you just may need a few different sizes to accommodate all of your footwear. The rubber frame is easy to put on and easy to take off so you're not clicking and clacking your way to or from the car. Steel cables hold the Diamond Beads in place; these beatific beads have hundreds of biting edges for 360-degrees of grip. Whether you're walking along mossy lakeshores, over slimy river rocks, or some combination thereof, the Streamtrekker gives you a firm grip on the ground so you don't end up being up close and personal with your prey.

These angling crampons are easy to clean, which minimizes the transportation and spread of invasive or destructive species.

  • Rubber frame, steel cable
  • Steel alloy Diamond Beads
  • Easy-to-clean
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Excited for winter hikes

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these for my girlfriend so she stops stealing mine when we go on winter hikes. I have a pair and love them. They provide excellent traction. They fit perfectly over her size 6.5 hiking boots.

Awesome set of Yaktraks

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Picked up this set of Yaktrak Streamtrekker crampons for winter fly fishing winter hikes and they did not disappoint! I haven't tested them out in the streams yet but wondering around the mountains or Park City these yaktraks have made a huge difference. I'm not longer sliding around on icy trails.

great for winter walks!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Tried these on the packed snow at our family cabin and couldn't believe the difference in traction! We normally are sliding around frequently while walking the dogs in the winter but not the case with these one! Fit easily over my Sorel boots and stayed snug. Great invention for those who don't let the weather keep them inside.


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I'll keep this brief. They did what they needed to do, except on an icy incline. They kept falling off the boot however in spots of post-holing and were only saved by the strap on my gaiter otherwise they'd be lost in the snow on the mountain.

Couldn't ask for a better crampon

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I take these ice fishing all over Northern Utah, and I know I can trust them to give me traction on even the most slippery ice. I've yet to have them fail on me, and they've had a pretty rigorous time of it too.

can't tell from the photo, but is there a top strap to hold them on?


So these won't have a top strap on them.

Certain Yaktrax models do, but this model does not.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead



These look very similar to the "Ice Trekkers Diamond Grip." Would these Streamtrekkers work as well in the snow as those?

Hey joep473901,

The Ice Trekkers Diamond Grip and the Yaktrax Streamtrekkers are actually the *exact* same product! In fact they are both owned by the same company. So if you're confident with the Diamond Grips, then the Streamtrekkers would work for you too!

Feel free to contact me directly with any other questions you may have.


1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767


Is there an appreciable difference between wading in the Streamtrekkers and the good old fashioned Yaktrax Walkers?

Hey elip58472,

The Streamtrekkers are going to have a different crampon design than the Walkers. The Streamtrekkers have a studded bottom that will provide more traction that the coils found on the


Feel free to contact me with any other questions you have!


1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767



  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

My father is getting up there in years and isn't as sure on his feet as he used to be. I purchased these for him as cheap insurance after he took a nasty fall that led to a hospital visit. We tested them out one cold morning on the Madison and they worked very well. Super impressed that they stayed in place all day long. Seemed to work on wet rock, mud, and wet grass.