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2-Pack 36"x7" Goodyear Traction Mats

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Walmart.com has 2-Pack 36"x7" Goodyear Traction Mats for $19.82. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks Bigfoot2

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100% rubber, 36"x7" traction mats are rugged but flexible with super grip traction cleats to give you needed traction to free a stuck vehicle due to winter conditions. Mats fold and store easily when not in use. -StrawMan86

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The Patented Goodyear Traction Mats are an essential winter driving product every vehicle should have in preparation of snow and ice conditions. The 2 100% rubber, 36" traction mats provide additonal needed tire traction when a vehicle gets stuck on ice or in snow, The durable, flexible traction mats with aggressive gripping capabilities help drivers get unstuck when winter conditions prevent wheels from getting a grip. - The 2 36 " x 7" mats provide a long durable traction surface for your tires to regain traction and momentun to drive out of a stuck position. - The two sided, patented tri-level traction cleats provide great traction and friction in winter conditons. - Use your Goodyear Traction Mats over and over, then fold them up and quickly store them conveniently in your trunk. Goodyear Traction Mats are essential items to help "winterize " your vehicle and prepare for harsh winter conditions. The 100% rubber, 36" traction mats are rugged but flexible with super grip traction cleats to give you needed traction to free a stuck vehicle due to winter conditions. Mats fold and store easily when not in use. Patented design.

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Created 01-13-2020 at 08:55 PM by Bigfoot2
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I ordered these last week and they're great and are a great price compared to a lot of the others. Hopefully I'll never need them but just incase I do I'll have them. I hope this helps someone!

Edit: There are no pictures showing how these are delivered or stored on the Walmart listing so I added the last two from another site. They come attached together with a removable and reusable strap around them so they can be carried like a briefcase. They stack together very nicely and create a 1 foot rubber brick that can easily be stored in a trunk.
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By looking at the pictures, I don't think you would be comfortable standing on those cleats. True SDers don't let fellow SDers stand on cleats while taking shower. Stick Out Tongue
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I ordered these last week and they're great and are a great price compared to a lot of the others. Hopefully I'll never need them but just incase I do I'll have them. I hope this helps someone!

Edit: There are no pictures showing how these are delivered or stored on the Walmart listing so I added the last two from another site. They come attached together with a removable and reusable strap around them so they can be carried like a briefcase. They stack together very nicely and create a 1 foot rubber brick that can easily be stored in a trunk.
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How abt using the car mat in emergency?
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How abt using the car mat in emergency?
Floor mats are generally much smaller so they don't work as well
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I am thinking of using this in the shower because the tiles floor get very slippery. Anyone who have this can comment their opinion on that usage?
By looking at the pictures, I don't think you would be comfortable standing on those cleats. True SDers don't let fellow SDers stand on cleats while taking shower. Stick Out Tongue
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I am thinking of using this in the shower because the tiles floor get very slippery. Anyone who have this can comment their opinion on that usage?
As mentioned above, these would be very uncomfortable in the shower due to the solid rubber cleats.
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As mentioned above, these would be very uncomfortable in the shower due to the cleats.
Agreed. However, if you are preparing to be on the Naked and Afraid tv show, where you will be barefoot in some rough terrain for at least 21 days, these could be useful to toughen the feet up.

Maybe Goodyear should remarket these to that crowd. 😁
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going to be cheaper soon?
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What's the weight on these?
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What's the weight on these?
My FedEx tracking shows their shipping weight as 9.2 LBS. I'd say that's sounds pretty accurate.
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May be cheaper in your local store...

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Do I need 2 if I have awd?
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I ordered these last week and they're great and are a great price compared to a lot of the others. Hopefully I'll never need them but just incase I do I'll have them. I hope this helps someone!

Edit: There are no pictures showing how these are delivered or stored on the Walmart listing so I added the last two from another site. They come attached together with a removable and reusable strap around them so they can be carried like a briefcase. They stack together very nicely and create a 1 foot rubber brick that can easily be stored in a trunk.
What did you use on that floor to get the shine?
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