MaxTrax Releases Their Newest Color :: Turquoise

Overland News

There are few overland products as recognizable and as universally useful for backcountry travel as a few sets of MaxTrax. For over a decade, we have used MaxTrax for remote travel. And when we needed them, we really needed them. In recent years, they have expanded the product line to include the new Extreme model with replaceable teeth, the Mini, and even a line of recovery gear. This week, they announced another new color, Turquoise. And for anyone that has needed to dig for black MaxTrax in deep mud in the middle of the Canning Stock Route, having a bright color is a good idea. maxtraxus.com

  • Sold as a pair with two telltale leashes
  • Made in Australia, from Australian materials
  • Constructed from Australian-sourced, fiber-reinforced nylon
  • Lifetime warranty against faults in materials and workmanship
  • With six built-in handles and a shovel on each end, MaxTrax are perfect for use in sand, snow, or mud
  • MaxTrax are 45 inches long and 13 inches wide; they weigh 8 pounds each (total shipped weight: 17 pounds)
  • Height: two stacked, 3.3/four stacked, 4.6″
  • Tested at the University of Queensland to completely wrap around a 33-inch tire without failure.

 


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Scott is the publisher and co-founder of Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. His travels by 4WD and adventure motorcycle span all seven continents and include three circumnavigations of the globe. His polar travels include two vehicle crossings of Antarctica and the first long-axis crossing of Greenland. He lives in Prescott, Arizona