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Description

A climbing machine.

Designed for technical ice routes and steep mixed climbing, the Black Diamond Cyborg Pro Crampons feature a lightweight stainless steel design that enhances durability and protects against rusting and snowballing.

  • The adjustable, hooded front points bite hard in vertical water ice and provide precise edging while dry tooling
  • Can be set up with either dual or single points
  • The rear heel clip features a micro-adjustment system for a secure fit
  • Dual-density ABS plates keeps snow from sticking to the bottom of these crampons
  • Ideal for steep ice and mixed climbing

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5 5

awesome!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

easy to fit, put on, use. Great crampons!

5 5

So Stable!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used a lot of crampons over the years, from Alpine slogging crampons like the BD Contact Pro to Mixed Master Monopoint crampons like the BD Stingers but never have I felt so stable as when I was getting after some steep Ice in these! The Dual Vertical Front Point configuration was absolutely a game changer for me. After feeling unstable and wobbly climbing waterfall ice with the Stingers (they're really for mixed climbing) stepping into the Cyborgs and kicking into hard, steep ice and feeling the stability and penetration of the dual points was mind-blowing. For the dedicated Ice climber who doesn't see themselves venturing too much onto Mixed terrain I can't recommend a better pair of 'pons!

So Stable!
4 5

Great Crampons

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

excellent crampons. it would be neat if it didnt require cutting the base plate to switch to monopoint. its an intended use, so why not just build in the space for it when its made?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Cyborgs

Teenage Mutant Ninja Cyborgs

Raphael shows off the Black Diamond Cyborg Pro Crampons.

5 5

Climb anything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this crampon for our Beginner Ice climbing course and its an excellent choice.

The Toe Pins are so long that even the worst noob has been able to climb confidently.

The only drawback is that the Toe Bail doesn't fit larger boots like Double plastic Koflachs.

5 5

Burlier than the old ones

These newer versions of the Cyborgs are way tougher than the old ones ( I broke both heal clips and a toe bail on those) plus the heal clip on the stainless ones are designed so one can pull on the strap to release them from your boot with out breaking the plastic. These are VERY good for the price considering how many parts I had to replace on the old ones. Buy 'em up!

wait is that Ginger Snaps down there?.....

Burlier than the old ones

when do you expect to get more Cyborg Pro...

when do you expect to get more Cyborg Pro in stock ?


5 5

ICE MONSTER!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the cyborg pros. They stick so well in a variety of ice and fit great on my mont blancs. They're easy to adjust the sizing and can be converted to a mono-point like the stinger. Awesome crampons!

ICE MONSTER!
5 5

Monster

What a hunk of metal. Bites well in the hardest of ices. Love the monopoint option on the frigid days. Love the hood on the points too. Buy this bad boy and never regret it.

Hi. What kind of center bar does the BD...

Hi. What kind of center bar does the BD Cyborg Pro have? Flex or Rigid?

Responded on

rigid bars ...but they flex between heel and toe from the sloppy fit..

Hard and so good

Hard and so good

I use them on ice and on dry-tooling in the summer. thay r very hard and so r great!

I'm stuck between buying the sabretooths...

I'm stuck between buying the sabretooths and the cyborgs. My old sabretooths are totally blunt and tiny so can't really compare them currently - I've been climbing about Scottish grade 4 mixed or ice, but I'll be using them on longer alpine routes too. Is it worth the upgrade or shall I just buy more sabres for the longer stuff?

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On long alpine routes the sabretooths will fill more stable. but if you going for a lot of mix/ice the cyborg is the god of the climb...
what r you going to do the MOST "long alpine routes"=sabretooths, or mix=cyborg

5 5

Confidence Inspiring

Easy sticks and front points that fit into ice tool divots. What's not to love? These attach securely to boots and they don't ball up underfoot. I don't climb like a pro, but these make the most of my limited ability.

5 5

Awesome

Never had anything like this, they are perfect for ice climbing. and when walking on glaciers you kinda feel like you're cheating a bit :P

only downside is that on the La Sportiva Trango Extreme Evo Light GTX it takes a lot of effort to get it on properly so beware
(what i mean by this is that even if you put it on tight it is still able to wiggle about)

Awesome
5 5

Cyborg's

These are well built and well designed. They are easy to adjust and put on. I have used them on ice, no mixed climbing, they stick great and hold well when placed. Bombproof!

I have a set of these crampons and I'm...

I have a set of these crampons and I'm wondering if anyone has ever removed the metal strip that goes from the front clip up to the nylon strap that goes around your ankle. I'm considering removing it because it damages the toe of my boot. I noticed that the Petzl crampons don't have this piece.

Responded on

I haven't removed the metal strip, but you could look at potentially wrapping it with something to provide a thin layer between it and your boot. Duct tape comes to mind... and provided that it doesn't alter the fit of the front bail..could be worth a try.

Responded on

The metal band makes no sense to me either. I never removed it from my Grivels but I considered doing so. I don't get what that thing is accomplishing. (If the toe bail detached from the crampon it would probably be broken so you would have bigger problems than losing it.)I now use the Newmatic style. Anyway I could see getting it off of there with a Dremel tool or a file very carefully.