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Burton Splitboard Crampons

$99.95

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    Sure-footed on sketchy ascents.

    Slide the Burton Splitboard Crampons into your touring brackets before skinning up slick skintracks, unnerving sidehills, and bulletproof traverses. Serrated teeth grab into firm alpine conditions for sure-footed finesse when you're touring in challenging conditions, either with or without the climbing wires deployed. They're incredibly easy to install, sliding in sideways on your Burton's Hitchhiker's touring brackets, as well as the Spark R&D Tesla and Tesla T1 brackets. When icy, wind-scoured slopes give way to untracked powder, simply pop them off without removing your bindings. Regular and wide sizes are available for a wide variety of splitboards.
    • Aluminum splitboard crampons with serrated teeth
    • For use with or without climbing wires deployed
    • Slide into touring brackets without removing bindings
    • Compatible with Burton Hitchhiker, Spark Tesla and T1 bindings
    • Normal and wide sizes fit variety of splitboard shapes
    • Carrying pouch is included
    • Item #BUR01PW

    Tech Specs

    Material
    aluminum
    Claimed Weight
    [board width compatibility, regular] <260 mm, [board width compatibility, wide] 260 - 285 mm
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    A must for the split set up!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This split crampon is super light and packs small in your pack. I use a 32L pack for my touring and still have enough space for everything esle on a day tour. I mostly use this for early morning spring melt freeze skin tracks and it does superb. Easily attaches and detaches as well, this crampon really bites in and I have never slid backwards. Definetly a must for any split boarder, I use a spark r&d binding from 4 years ago and it still attaches to that. Feel free to reach out if you have questions on split or shred gear.

    Binding Compatibility and Width

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These crampons work with the Burton Hitchhiker binding as well as the Spark R&D Arc, Surge, AfterBurner, and Magneto.

    The "Regular" width fits any splitboard with a waist width of 260mm or less. For over 260mm you will want the "Wide" version.

    Worth The Money!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These crampons are excellent for a firm skintrack when your skins start to slip on you. They are super easy to put on - you can even slide them on without taking your bindings off. They are 4-wheel drive for your splitboard. Reach out to me directly with any questions!

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      I bought the regular and they fit my 164 Jones Solution perfectly. These come in handy more than you would imagine if you go out in early or late season conditions. Super light and make touring fun again. Don't get caught without them if going out on non fluff days. That wind blown ridge? Scary no longer

      Nice accessory

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      These make the steep skin tracks in the Wasatch a little less intimidating. These work awesome for icy traverses or skin tracks that seem to go straight up the mountain. These are Burton’s but are made by spark so they will work with both the Burton Hitchhikers or the Spark Tesla/T1 bindings. They are simple to put on as well. They can be slid on without removing the bindings or taking your feet out. Just slide them in from the side when your foot is leaning forward. They are high quality and lightweight which helps save precious weight in your pack.