AutoSock Standard X20 Winter Traction Aid, For Passenger Tires

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  • Easy-to-mount, self-centering alternative to tire chains
  • Comfortable while driving; does not cause noise or vibrations
  • Lightweight, easy-to-store, reusable, and machine washable
  • Each set comes with two AutoSocks, user manual, storage bag, and gloves
  • Only one set per vehicle required, even for AWD and 4WD applications

Product Description
AutoSock - the simple solution to maximise grip on snow and ice. The secret: high performance fibers. A perfect temporary winter traction aid for vehicles. Quick and easy to fit and remove. Proven to improve cars' safety systems. Reusable. Approved by and sold to leading car manufacturersAmazon.com
Unexpected winter weather can create driving conditions demanding more traction than conventional tires -- or even snow treads -- can provide. But tire chains are bulky to store and can be difficult to put on in cold, snowy weather. Now there is an easy-to-use alternative to chains: Designed in Norway, AutoSock is a new and innovative lightweight fabric-based, temporary traction aid for car... More >>

AutoSock Standard X20 Winter Traction Aid, For Passenger Tires


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5 Responses to AutoSock Standard X20 Winter Traction Aid, For Passenger Tires

  1. Ji Hyun Kim says:

    It wasn’t easy to put it around tires

    I took 30 min

    and after using it for a week

    it was torn

    had to throw it away

    but worked well for a week
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. reader says:

    I live in the south, so I wasn’t sure how much use I would get from a tire traction product. I work for an emergency hospital and drive home around 1-2am and we don’t have the option of staying home when it snows, so I decided to make the investment. I was able to use the autosocks for the first time last weekend and I would not have been able to make it to work with all the snow and ice. They were easy to put on and worked great. I doubt I will get much more use from them. They were worn by the 11 mile trip to work, but it would be worth it to buy them again next year. It was a huge relief to know that I could make it to work without sliding into a ditch or another car. The piece of mind is well worth the money, but just don’t expect them to last more than one winter.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. E.C.C. says:

    This Auto Sock is awsome , I was amazed at how quickly they went on and what a perfect ride on snow and ice I had to work ! I didn’t even ask my Husband to help !
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Betsy says:

    Autosocks is the best thing that has happened to me this winter. We have a steep (30-50% grade), quarter-mile long driveway with a couple of turns on the steep parts, fairly typical for rural WV. Up until this winter, we’ve never felt the need to have AWD on anything but the pickup, which I don’t drive. On the rare occasions when I couldn’t get the front-wheel-drive vehicle up the driveway — when it’s snow- or ice-covered — my husband hooked it up to the tractor and towed the car up. This winter, though, the brakes gave out on the tractor, and we have had more than our usual amt of winter weather with none of the usual thawing afterwards. So we started looking for AWD vehicles when I came across an article in Consumer Reports about Autosocks. Intrigued, I visited Amazon to check for availability and cost. (Amazon didn’t have my tire size in stock so I bought them from tirerack.com and ate the shipping cost.)

    I first used the AutoSocks when I had to park in a snowy, slushy spot on a dirt and gravel drive at a friend’s house — and then couldn’t back out. I slipped on the ‘Socks and voila! my car was back on the road in minutes. Very impressive, especially since I had to back out of the spot.

    When I reached home, I tried getting up the driveway sans ‘Socks and slipped and slid back down. So I slipped on the ‘Socks again and just like that, I zipped right up the driveway, no slipping or sliding, just as if there were no snow or ice on it.

    Note: Do follow the manufacturer’s instructions and remove the ‘Socks when you reach clear pavement.

    After several uses, the fabric does show some signs of wear but there are no holes and I see no reason why they won’t see me thru this winter and several more.

    AutoSocks is one of the best purchases I have ever made. They perform exactly as promised and have saved me the cost of snow tires and a new AWD vehicle. I highly recommend them.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. These actually do help improve traction on snow covered roads, and they are a snap to put on and take off compared to chains (less than a minute). They are also much more quiet than chains, you will almost forget you have then on (this could be a problem since they need to be removed once you get back on dry pavement). The only downside is they don’t offer as much traction as chains do especially in deeper snow. Overall I consider them a worthwhile purchase.
    Rating: 4 / 5