Having a bit of a garden makeover and am thinking of having the path done with Victorian geometric tiles like this one but my builder reckons it will be a death trap in wet or frosty weather. I have lived in a house with this type of path before and don't remember it being particularly slippy, but wanted to check other experiences. (It is a Victorian house btw, and has a lovely tiled entrance hallway, so I wanted to extend the theme outdoors.
I think it very much depends on what you use to seal the tiles with? We did this at our last house (think the tiles were Original Style or something like that? They were like yours anyway. They had to be sealed and I used our limestone floor sealant that was left over from our kitchen, to save money on buying the proper outdoor sealant. They were very slippy after that, I used to almost tiptoe on it in wet weather.
I'm sure if you buy the appropriate sealant they won't be a death trap!