CAMP Skimo Race Crampon

C$209.99
Availability: In stock (2)

Camp Skimo Race Crampon Features: 

  • Hyperlight 7075 aluminum alloy construction
  • Automatic binding with our new T-Stop toe system
  • Semi-auto toe bails and heel bails are available separately for boots without toe welts
  • The heel bail has been optimized to fit A/T ski boots and features 3 height settings for fine-tuning the fit
  • Micro-adjustable linking bar with large and small range settings features a hyperlight screw adjustment
  • Dyneema® linking straps (available separately) reduce weight (330 g) and allow the crampons to fold onto themselves for tighter packability
  • Anti-balling plates and carrying case included
  • Torx key for adjustment included

                                                                                 

 

Specs: 

  • Size: Eur 36-46
  • Points: 10
  • Frame Material: 7075 Aluminum
  • Antibott: Included
  • Binding: Automatic
  • Weight: 454 g

                                                                     

 

The CAMP Skimo Race crampon is a new style of crampon that has been purpose-built for competitive ski mountaineering. Every detail has been optimized for lightweight and speed. The Skimo Race features a new T-Stop toe system combined with a traditional snap on heel bail for fast and secure attachment to the boot. The micro-adjustable linking bar with large and small range settings delivers a precise fit for all boot lengths. The linking bar can also be replaced with the optional Dyneema® linking strap (sold separately) to reduce weight and allow the crampons to be folded onto themselves for tighter packability. Semi-auto toe bails and heel bails (sold separately) can be integrated for boots without toe welts. Anti-balling plates and carrying case included.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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