Originally Posted by rssmsvc
What makes the dainte's slippery ? Do you mean for indoor tile with water on it ?
I could see that but outside I had more support from the other soles.
Can't speak for wet indoors yet, but on ice ... the dainite is very hard, so lacks "grip" just like summer tires compared to soft winter tires.
For grip on ice, and general winter wear, I've not seen better than Vibram 'gumlite'. I've got a pair of lug soles on the bottom of an old pair of dress/casual shoes, and it's great. (Note, this is a brown, lightweight, soft sole, not the classic hard black sole you probably associate with the Vibram name. I can't see sticking this sole on the bottom of good dress shoes, but when I find the right commando dress boots ...