For the steeps.
- Front point adjusts by length, angle, and orientation, and it can be fitted as a dual point, depending on the type of climb
- Vertical framed forefoot creates a powerful platform for moving up the ice
- Small inner spike and optional heel spur allow better options on overhanging ice; heel spur sold separately
- Crampon case included
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Sweet for all things non-alpine
I have a variety of crampons depending on the activity but when I'm ice cragging or climbing non snow mixed lines this is the one I grab, Vail, Loch Vale, Ouray, Camp Bird. The front point is accompanied by to small side points which give you stability when you need a little more grip but don't empair on the front points ability to grab at the smallest flakes or cracks when dry toolings. Also the frame is super rigid and I haven't had any issues with bending or flexing no matter how hard I crank on them. The only reason it doesn't go to the Alpine is the small heel and no bailing plates.