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Trust the toes.

So, you totally wore out the front points on your G22 crampon, eh? No worries, the Grivel G22 Front Parts X2 will have you back on that sketchy ice in no time. Slated for technical mixed routes, the G22 Front Parts replace old front points, or upgrade more mellow front points.

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Do you sell or how would I go about getting...

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Do you sell or how would I go about getting the new-matic (strap) version of these fronts?

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Tricky fit on symetrical toe doubles

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

My review is for the G22 cramp-o-matic.

The toe bail is asymetrical, a good fit for my Sportiva Makalu, but that boot is unsuitable for the vertical ice this crampon is designed for. Perhaps they fit as well on Nepal EVO.

For my Koflach Arctis Expe, not so much. That is, until I relocated the bail wire to the center hole on the inside and rearward hole on the outside. In that position the bail gets a solid, secure and even bite across more than 3/4 of the front welt.