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Great bag for Crampons. I wish I would have gotten this bag sooner. I also like the fact it has a mesh top so your crampons can dry out and not hold the moisture if they end up being left in the back of the vehicle.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This crampon bag is great. It fit my BD Sabretooths just fine. I like the loops on the back so that you can clip it just about anywhere. I unfortunately lost mine on my last trip and will be picking up another shortly.
Crampons in bag
Great bag, uncertain on the mesh top
This bag is very durable and tough except for the mesh top. Im guessing they did that to let the wet crampons air out but it seems like flimsy mesh that will rip easily... maybe not. I guess time will tell with that. but otherwise this is the perfect companion for my BD 'pons
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I was a bit skeptical but it seems to be working. At any rate, even if the bag gets poked full of holes it'll keep the points away from my pack.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My small crampons fit fine. seems to work well and looks tough enough for the job.
The floor is not that strong
This is the way it look after one use /:
Big...but not for long
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
It is big for my BD Cyborg Crampon' but the flore is not to strong and it not for long use ):
This one's fine.
My Grivels fit ok in this bag - sideways. They are fully compressed. I tried them the other way and they do not fit as well - they stick out forward and there is a lot of lateral space on both sides. I don't mind, but I can tell that one of the crampon teeth will sooner or later snag the front of the bag since it's hard to keep them perfectly matched up even with the straps wrapped around both crampons.
I bought one bag for each crampon and then someone gave me the tip to put both crampons into one bag. I was able to store them inside my backback or hang them from the outside.
Simple bag, good fit
Fits my Grivel G14 crampons well with room to spare.
Simple bag gets it done right. Bag it.
Best crampon bag I found for the price. Give yourself confidence when you throw these things in your pack. No more punctures, no more muddy dirty mess. I much prefer these to the carriers that you wrap around like a burrito. This is simple and easy in the snow with gloves. Done.
Cool bag that you can just store in your bag or you can attach it to your backpack in many different configurations. Has multiple loops on the back so it can fit almost any bag. The material is tough and wont easily rip from your crampons.
does the job
Good price, light weight, seems durable and holds my crampons safely... what more could I need?
You can't go wrong with this bag.
Does what I wanted
I knew that many mountaineers and RMI suggest not using crampon bags on the trail ("useless" weight), but I definitely wanted a way to pack them for the flight west and for storage that kept the spikes against each other with a netted side to dry.
Tough and easy to use. I use mine to store extra picks and my crampons. Great piece of kit for keeping sharp bits organized and easy to get to.
Great Bag - Recommended
Perfect fit for my Black Diamond Contact w/ ABS crampons. My crampons are fitted with long bars also.
Only used 3 times but seems very durable with good quality zippers.
Black Diamond Crampon Bag
If you store them point to point while facing in towards each other this bag will last a very long time.
I have (3) sets of crampons (2 BD and 1 Camp USA) and they all work fine with this bag. I never had a problem with the punctures but I store them point to point. If you store them that way there is nothing to rip the bag.
Black Diamond Crampon Bag
I am on my third bag. I don't feel my crampons are that sharp(and sure don't want them dull) and they keep punching through. I keep returning and getting the same bag as it is adequate, but also allows me to store my crampons on the outside of my pack. A thin plastic insert has given my bag more durability. The Petzl bag is heavier and doesn't have the nylon webbing on the outside. My buddies Petzl bag is however puncture proof.