Although I've only used studded tires in mtb sizes, both Nokian and Schwalbe make great products in that space.
You'll want to make sure the studs have carbide tips. Some brands use steel tips and they wear out quickly. Studs with aluminum bodies are lighter and make a huge difference in the overall tire weight.
Also, you'lll want to put 20 or so easy pavement miles on the tires before doing any hard riding. This helps assure the studs are seated properly and minimizes lost studs.
Also, in case you haven't rode studs on ice before, don't expect ice motorcycle type traction (those guys have gobs of power and spikes, not studs). Studs on ice act quite a bit like rubber on sanded ice - it's still slick and you have to stay more upright than you normally would.