Pictures in action are rare, but here is one (Source TIK1):
You might like to know that the publication of the ice-cleat pictures started as a direct result of your great convoy light post!
It didn't take long to find evidence. According to "Tigers in Combat, Vol. 2"
, the 8/SS-Panzerregiment 2 had "traction problems due to extreme smoothness" as they secured the Charkow railway station on 1 February 1943. Ice cleats ("stollen") were sent to the unit on 8 February and when fitted to the Tigers on 11 February, they "significantly improved the mobility of the tanks" (my translation).
The cleats are difficult to see in photos, but here's "821" with its cleats on (plus a cardboard Mickey Mouse). The cleats are applied only one to every second track link, alternating inner with outer positions.
It's also clear that "Tiki" was carrying ice cleats during its much-publicised ceremony.