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For mountaineering and ice climbing, this versatile 12-point crampon is designed for boots without a front toe welt. It now comes in a lighter, re-engineered stainless steel design for durability and rust resistance. Grip is increased with horizontal front points and more stable secondary points.

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Product Features

  • Stainless steel construction
  • Versatile horizontal front points
  • Stable secondary points
  • Low profile micro-adjust heel ball with 2 positions
  • Crampon rating C:2

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Chigwell Enthusiast
Just used them for a week in the French Alps after deciding it was time to upgrade my 30 year old crampons. Easy and quick to put on and take off. I particularly liked the single strap tightening, once done up they never loosened. I didn't suffer from balling up which suggests the antibot plate does work. I'm glad I invested in a new pair as they are better overall, even though my old ones are lighter.
Once done up there is a long strap which needs tidying away otherwise it is a trip hazard. I experimented with tucking it into my laces, round my boot ankles, or making hitches to shorten it. I'm sure it must be possible to design a standard way of fixing the remaining loose strap once tightened.
Confirmed purchase: 26 July 2015
Published on: 28 August 2015