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Fangs for your foot.

Sink your teeth in slopeside with Dynafit Crampons, and feast on snowy goodness. Strong, durable and tenacious, negotiate exposed, steep, and bulletproof routes with secure footing—and peace of mind.

  • Compatible with Dynafit bindings
  • Made in Germany

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5 5

A Must-Have

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you plan on doing any spring tours, dawn patrols or just want to power up steep slopes, these guys are just what you need! I got them for my Plum Guides. Other people with Plum bindings (especially ones a couple seasons old) report having to file a very small portion of the mount down to make them fit, but mine didn't require this. They were pretty tight and tedious to get on at first but after working the crampons back and forth in the mount a few times, they loosened right up and go on easy now.

A Must-Have
Unanswered Question

How big is too big? I would like to have one crampon to go on all my skies, but would there be any negatives to having too much space? For example a 120mm on a 90 mm ski?

Unanswered Question

i ride a jones solution 168w splitboard, but with phantom bindings and with tlt6 mountain boot. the board is 26.5.cm so each ski is 132.5mm, does the 130mm fit or do i need 140mm?

I bought these crampons to use with my radicals ST's. The space on the hooks on the binding are too tight for the crampon to slide in. Has anyone else has this problem and know of a solution?

Responded on

Yeah they can be tough to slide in. I actually broke mine because it was so tough and I put my foot down on them by accident. You can take a drummel file and remove just a little bit of the metal, that is the fix I have heard of, never tried it, I just gave up on them.

5 5

Great crampons

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Skis on my feet > skis on my back.

These things work like a charm on the slick and mushy just as well as the icy and sun-cuped ascents. I was amazed by how "easily" I could make kick turns on the steep, especially icy, stuff. Also: You don't have to take the whole ski off to insert them into the bindings. Awesome!

5 5

An absolute must have for spring touring

I can't put into words how important these are for spring touring. Turns sketchy skinning into a breeze.

5 5

Increase your angle

If you do a lot of spring laps at the resort after it's closed or alpine starts, these things are a godsend. Forget about kick turns, you can blast straight up stuff like you wouldn't believe. They also work well on icy or firm traverses.

5 5

Great to have in the spring

  • Gender: Male

Used these in the Tushers Mountains on a frozen solid snowpack. Easy to install and keeps you on those steep frozen up tracks. Taking them to Europe for a spring hut trip in the Alps I will really put them through the wringer then.

How much clearance is necessary? Does a...

How much clearance is necessary? Does a 108mm crampon work smooth on a 108mm waist ski? Thanks for your insight.

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It will likely be too tight. The interior dimension of the crampon is 108mm. The area that they rotate over the ski may be slightly more than 108 if the narrowest point on the ski is 108. They are also pretty stiff, so bending is not really an option. I'd size up to be sure.