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    When skiing and mountaineering meet, the Haute Route Ski Matic Crampon is the tool for the job.

    With a bombproof, touring-boot-compatible design, the lightweight Grivel Haute Route Ski Matic Crampon lets intrepid ski mountaineers access high alpine terrain from the Sierras to the Alps. This 10-point crampon takes over when the ski track peters out and steep snow and ice are the task at hand.
    • Horizontal front points increase shear resistance in steep snow
    • Compatible with all AT boots
    • Anti-balling plates included
    • Item #GRV0084

    Tech Specs

    Material
    steel
    Attachment Type
    step-in
    Points
    10
    Anti-balling plates
    yes, included
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 19.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Great for steep snow climbing- not ice

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These crampons are a great balance between the weight savings of an aluminium crampon and the strength and durability of steel.



    The clip-on attachment system is very quick and intuitive to use and I save quite a bit of time putting them on/ taking them off compared with a universal strap style attachment.



    One major downside is that the front points don't protrude very far in front of the toe when used with an AT boot- about 1cm. So don't expect to use these for leading any steep ice pitches. For steep, hard snow they are fantastic though

    Would these fit on mountaineering boots? Like the La Sportiva Nepal Evos?

    These will definitely work with the La Sportiva Nepal Evos. If you look in the description on the left, you'll see that the "attachment type" is "step-in." This is as opposed to "strap-on" and means that it works sort of like a ski binding. When shopping for boots, look for "step-in" in the "crampon compatibility" section and you should be golden.

    Will these fit on the Scarpa Tornado Eco...

    Will these fit on the Scarpa Tornado Eco AT boots



    http://www.backcountry.com/scarpa-tornado-eco-alpine-touring-boot

    Will these fit on the Scarpa Tornado Eco...

    Are Grivel Haute Route Crampons truly...

    Are Grivel Haute Route Crampons truly "compatible with all AT boots"? The tension lever on the back of the crampon interferes with the back of my Scarpa Maestrales. See pic. Will tightening down the ankle straps suffice or should I look for different crampon?

    Are Grivel Haute Route Crampons truly...

    Will these work well with Dynafit Randonee...

    Will these work well with Dynafit Randonee boots?

    Has anyone actually used these? if they...

    Has anyone actually used these? if they are made specifically for ski mountaineering, then why do so many people use the cyborg or sabre? Kind of makes me wonder..

    Will these work well with tele boots? ...

    Will these work well with tele boots? Garmonts -

    Does this fit on a telemark boot?

    Does this fit on a telemark boot?

    These crampons will go on my Scarpa TX-Pros, HOWEVER the fit is very dubious due to the toe welt being much wider than the crampons will allow in, resulting in minimum welt under the bail. I fully expect them to pop apart when the bellows flexes.



    Also, I doubt they would work very well with 75mm.

    These crampons will go on my Scarpa TX-Pros, HOWEVER the fit is very dubious due to the toe welt being much wider than the crampons will allow in, resulting in minimum welt under the bail. I fully expect them to pop apart when the bellows flexes.

Also, I doubt they would work very well with 75mm.