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CAMP USA Stalker Crampon

$119.95 - $139.95

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    • One Color, Semi-Automatic
      $139.95
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      $119.95

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    2 Reviews

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    When things get icy.

    Don't turn around at the first sign of ice when you have Camp USA's Stalker Crampon in your mountaineering backpack. This is Camp's go-to crampon for glacial traverses or bootpacking up icy couloirs. It has a dual-point front with ten additional points for secure traction on any angle. Camp made the Stalker's points out of rustproof chromoly steel for long-lasting durability. The universal binding features thermoplastic heel and toe pieces with nylon straps that can wrap around most mountaineering or hiking boots. The semi-automatic binding secures the heel with a metal bar that connects only to mountaineering boots with welts. This crampon comes with a carry case so the points don't puncture the inside of your pack, and dynamic anti-balling plates so snow doesn't stick to the bottom of the crampon.

    • Steel crampon ideal for general mountaineering
    • Dual-point front with ten additional points for traction
    • Universal strap-on compatibility for most hiking boots
    • Semi-automamtic compatibility for most mountaineering boots
    • Chromoly steel construction is durable and rustproof
    • Included carry case and dynamic anti-balling plates
    • Item #CMP007P

    Tech Specs

    Material
    chromoly steel
    Front Points
    dual
    Number of Points
    12
    Anti-balling plates
    dynamic
    Boot Compatibility
    semi-automatic, universal
    Claimed Weight
    2lb 2oz
    Recommended Use
    mountaineering, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 year limited

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    Great Beginner Crampons

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

    I recently took these bad boys with me up Timpanogos and was the envy of everyone who was slipping across the snowfield as I easily tromped along pass them. At one point, I even lent my trekking poles to a couple of people who were struggling to cross the field.



    I like these crampons (the Universals) because they're easy to get on and off and fairly intuitive. I wore them with my Salomon hiking boots and didn't have too much trouble getting around. I will say, since they're universal and not boot specific, my feet did slide around ever so slightly (usually just the downhill foot). So make sure they're secure and as tight as possible!



    Otherwise, these crampons were great! I don't do a lot of hikes that need crampons, so I don't have crampon specific/compatible footwear. Having these are great because they can go over any type of shoe. The only downside was that they're a little on the heavy side. In most cases, it probably wouldn't matter too much, but I was backpacking and and every ounce counts!

    Great Beginner Crampons

    Works perfectly

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

    These served me well on a late season climb of the Pfeifferhorn. There was quite a bit of snow up to the ridge, and then some mixed climbing/scrambling to get to the base of the summit. These handled everything well, and looked unphased after heavy rock abuse. They also work seamlessly with my Nepal Cubes. They adjusted to size within a minute and they're rock solid. Easy to get into as well if you've ever skied and understand the binding concept. Only downside is they're a bit on the heavy side, but I can live with that. 9/10

    Works perfectly