Like the Speedmasters thread I posted awhile back, I don't have any direct experience with this brand. There seems to be more info on them online than the Speedmasters. I've seen a couple videos and some reviews.
They have a few models, a 5 ton and a 10 ton, version. The 5 ton version looks similar to the Maxsa/Maxtrax/Speedmasters in overall design, while the 10 ton version looks more like the Tred Pros.
They claim a 1 year warranty and that the material is UV protected. Looks like they come with a carrying case, although that really isn't a deal breaker or maker for me.
They are similarly priced to the Speedmasters on Ebay, but on Amazon I'm finding the prices all over the place from $100 up to $600+ (gasp)!
They seem have different colors as well, as long as you like red, blue, or black.
Here is a link to an ebay add for the 5T model in blue. Notice it is $79 with free shipping. Notice it has a sort of criss-cross latice pattern on it.
Here is a link to Amazon.com for the 10T model in red. It's a little pricier at $109, but still a bargain compared to the more popular brands. This is the version that looks the most like the Treds.
In some of the pics they show a large truck running them over. However this was on flat ground, so I wonder how they would hold up in the wild.
On Ebay, the 10T model in red is a bit cheaper at $99.90.
Basically do a search for x-bull traction or x-bull recovery and you'll find them out there.
Again, I have NO experience with these and I'm not affiliated with either Speedmasters or X-Bull.
Just wanted to share some of my findings of my research into inexpensive traction tracks.
Do your own research and come to your own conclusions on whether these alternatives can work for you.
EDIT: They also have another model on Amazon that looks exactly like the Speedmasters and comes in black, red, blue, and green. However these are being offered at the bargain price of $399! <sarcasm>