C.A.M.P. Blade Runner Crampons

$359.95
Color: Orange
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Built to conform to the ergonomics of modern boots, the C.A.M.P. Blade Runner crampons provide rigidity and performance during snowy, icy missions in varying conditions.

  • Features

    • Patented design integrates the benefits of vertical- and horizontal-frame crampons
    • The heel slide is constructed from proprietary Sandvik Nanoflex® steel for the optimal blend of strength, flex and light weight
    • Interchangeable front points are easy to switch from dual to mono, centered or offset; optional snow points optimize the crampons for alpine terrain
    • Asymmetric design follows the contours of modern boots to ensure a more precise fit
    • New automatic front bails enhances the fit on modern boots, and the included semiautomatic toe bails allow the Blade Runners to be used on boots without rigid toe lugs
    • Updated anti-balling plates are more dynamic to help prevent snow buildup
    • Microadjustable linking bar allows you to fine-tune the length
    • Updated heel bail has 3 height settings
    • Comes pre-equipped with mono-points and automatic toe bails; 2 extra front points and 2 semiautomatic toe bails are included in the box
    • Adjustable fold-over carrying case with lashing straps included
    • Note: When worn without anti-balling plates, crampons weigh 4 oz. (112 g) less

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Ice Climbing

    Fits Shoe Size

    1: EU sizes 37-46 (U.S. women's sizes 6-14 / men's sizes 5-12)

    2: EU sizes 40-49 (U.S. men's sizes 7-15)

    Bindings

    Step-in

    Hybrid

    Material(s)

    Steel

    Weight

    1: 940 grams

    2: 950 grams

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