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Petzl
Sarken Crampon

5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $149.96 Original price: $199.95
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Color:Leverlock

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Sarken Crampon

Petzl designed the Sarken Crampon for those who crave versatility when heading into variable, mixed terrain. This 12-point crampon features T-shaped front points for easy penetration on hard ice, and structural reinforcements on both sides of the frame to create a stable platform. The four rear teeth give you stability while descending down icy slopes, and lateral points give you grip while traversing.


Details

  • Reliable snowshoes ready for involved alpine missions all winter
  • 12 points provide ample grip for peace of mind in dicey situations
  • T-shaped front points penetrate hard ice, solid purchase in snow
  • Leverlock universal bindings work with most rear welted booted
  • Antisnow system limits snow build up to keep you moving easily
  • Lightweight frame helps limit fatigue throughout the day
  • Item #PTZ004L
Material
steel
Front Points
dual
Number of Points
12
Anti-balling plates
yes
Boot Compatibility
[leverlock] hybrid
Claimed Weight
[with fil] 1lb 14.7oz, [with fil flex] 1lb 15.9oz

Overall Rating

5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 28, 2024

better and more versatile

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

ability to switch to full auto or semi is appealing

mediocreameteur
5 out of 5 stars

August 20, 2021

Should have bought these sooner

Great fit on my Sportiva Aequilibrium and Nepal Evos. Wish I?d bought these years ago, instead of ?making it work? with some BD crampons that never really crossed from general mountaineering to WI.

Josh