Title: Works great for me
Content: The media could not be loaded. I got these primary for plowing with my SUV. A particular spot in my driveway is pretty steep. Usually when plowing I avoid plowing this spot, otherwise I need to winch myself back out. I didn't want regular chains because they will chew up the driveway. I finally got to test out these socks. I plowed this troublesome section of my driveway first without the socks, and sure enough I had to winch out. I then put on the socks, and viola, I backed right out, a little bit of slipping on the rear tires, which is expected, but the front tires pushed me right up without even a whimper. Wonderful! Granted, I don't need to make any sharp turns plowing my driveway, so I don't know how well they would hold up for more extreme use. But for me, these seem perfect so far ... well, perfect except for the price. They are a bit pricey, but worth it if they hold up over the long run. Also sad you're not supposed to drive over 25 MPH, but I think that's probably a safety thing since these cover the entire tread of the tire, therefore you lose the primary safety features of rubber at higher speeds. But they do feel extremely well made and durable. It took me about 5 minutes, total, to install these which was the first time I tried to do so. I'll probably be able to do it faster next time. I saw in the photo and video that I didn't do a good job with that passenger side, I put it on like that, it didn't slip like that from driving. I'll be heading out in the wilderness with winch and these socks for more testing, but so far so good. For those that may be wondering like many about "how" can these work. I can feel small shards of metal embedded in the material, so these seem to act like studded tires, except the studs per inch is significantly higher than that of studded tires. And they don't protrude so much that they too would chew up a driveway, they are just at the surface of the material. The metal is on the inside too so it can grab onto the rubber as well.