Their 'studded' soles usually get referred to as Dainite soles which can be a bit confusing.
The company also makes the ridgeway sole wich is a lot more rugged and suitable for outdoor activities, snow and other nasty weather than their studded sole.
Their medway sole is not as rugged as the ridgeway but still more so than the studded sole.
alright, i still prefer vibram. more history involved.
imo, a sewn rubber sole is a bad idea. vibram only does it on a very special make up, nvm.
Fritzl is 100% correct about this. Dainite is not a proper sole for ice and snow. I don't why this persists on SF. I suggest those that believe it is go out and wear it for a while. Make sure your insurance is up to date and have your doctor on hand. If you want a good sole for snow and ice go to the traditional Commando: