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Steep and icy skin track? Fear not.

Crossing a stretch of sketchy death ice? Throw the Dynafit Crampons onto your Dynafit bindings for extra purchase on no-fall traverses. These lightweight crampons quickly slide onto any Dynafit binding.

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4 5

They Work Well

finally dynafit came out with a crampon... and it's awesome. obviously it slides into the dynafit binding perfectly. it's light. it's solid. good stuff.

I have 92 mm brakes on my 95 mm underfoot...

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I have 92 mm brakes on my 95 mm underfoot bd kilowatts that work fine so will the 92 mm crampon also work or am I better off sizing up to the 110?

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I think you'll need the 110, unless you want to bend them. The 92's are already a tight fit on my 88 waist Waybacks.

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I think you'll need the 110, unless you want to bend them. The 92's are already a tight fit on my 88 waist Waybacks.

5 5

Brilliant Ski Crampon Design

Few things get skiers as riled up as discussing ski crampons, but in my mind, these are the best of the bunch. They ONLY work with Dynafit bindings, but that is fairly common with other ski crampons (Fritschi) as well.

The thing I like about these is that they are cleverly integrated into the binding in such a way that they are easy to take on/off, yet they are very secure. They also pivot upwards as you take a stride, so that they aren't digging into the snow like fixed crampons do. This makes it possible to use them for long tours without an awkward stride.

The teeth are also moderate in length compared to some other designs. In general, I only use ski 'poons when it is really icy, so the extra long "powder points" of other crampons seem like overkill and are pointless (so to speak). If it is powder, why would you need a crampon?

These units are light, durable and easy to carry in your pack as they nest together well and can be clipped off through the hole.

Can someone tell me how you mount these?...

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Can someone tell me how you mount these? They came with no instructions.

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http://www.offpistemag.com/blog/UserFiles/Image/crampon_01b.jpg

Unanswered Question

So, will the 110mm crampons fit a 110mm...

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So, will the 110mm crampons fit a 110mm waisted ski? Past experience with the smaller sizes suggests they run a little smaller than the stated size...

will the 92mm allow 90 underfoot? seems...

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will the 92mm allow 90 underfoot? seems a bit close, or is that perfect?

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I'm sure you figured it out already but I just ordered the 92mm's and they did NOT fit my 90mm waist BD-ski. Size up I guess.

will it fit a 105 underfoot

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will it fit a 105 underfoot

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There are two waist width options. One is 92 the other is 110. The 92 definitely will not fit. The 110 will work really well actually, as there will only be about 2.5 mm or .25 cm on either side of the ski. Go for the 110, should work out really well for you.

I would like to know whether the crampons...

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I would like to know whether the crampons always ought to set in the bindings when i´m skiing, or otherwise i will have to set them, only when i find ice o hard snow. My bindings are dynafit speed.

Thank you for your answer.

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You only put these on when you need to use them for hard snow and ice, otherwise you store them in your pack.