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    The Voile Splitboard Crampon is made for those early morning approaches on Voile Splitboards. These puppies are made of lightweight, heat treated aluminum and attach to the outside of the touring brackets using an included custom slider pin.
    • Item #VOL0045

    Tech Specs

    6061 T6 aluminum
    5.4 in
    does NOT work 2013/2013 or later light rail binding
    Recommended Use
    ascension aids
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These things can be a life saver on the skin track, especially in the spring with the melt/freeze cycles. These will save you lots of time, energy, and frustration on the skin track. Trust me, you'll be glad you made the purchase when it gets icy out there.

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

    I have a less then advanced split set up that when i was tasked to hike Mount Superior one of the hardest tours in Utah i needed some extra help.Luckily i was hooked up by the guys out of Voile with these crampons to help me on my tour. There are some positive, and negatives towards that i would like to go through. First off these are meant for specific days that i wouldn't use unless conditions/terrain deemed fitting. Those conditions are icy or steep. Getting them onto your board can be a bit of a struggle in the cold weather so make sure to practice getting these on and off before taking them into the field. Once attached you can climb up anything. There is no slip, just grip. This can effect gliding on fast surfaces so be aware. They also were not engaged in my highest setting so i was in my mid climb all day. Luckily the effort needed to stay planted was minimal in the mid level so it really wasn't all that bad. Overall these are a great tool to put in your quiver and will help immensely for any beginner to advanced splitboarder.

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    Awesome Crampon

      These crampons are awesome for sketchy terrain or beginner splitboarders. They will fit all but the widest boards (13.7cm(ID)=27.4cm waist width board). Voile now has a wider version (14.5cm(ID)=29cm waist width board). Actually defining the above "waist width" of the board is incorrect because when you make your own homemade board, the toe clip is mounted just ahead of the balance point of the board half which is almost always not the center/waist width of the board.

      They can be fixed to the slider plate when touring so they rise with your heel, or fixed to the ski so when you tour they are always in contact with the snow surface. As in my answer below, when touring and using the heel riser, only the first 1 or 2 sets of teeth are in contact with the snow. When you tour the first set of teeth do help you "dig in" and allow for more sliding then in fixed mode. When they are in a fixed setup, you have all the teeth in contact with the snow and the ultimate in stability (depending on how good you are at skinning of course). They have tapered teeth; shorter teeth in the front and longer in the back which help with the skinning process. They are burly, and take a beating season in and out. A great design and highly recommended. But in the end, if it’s really sketchy, you will want to boot pack or use crampons for your boots.

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        these will save the day. even on powder days with a little wind, you can find bare patches where these will come in handy. perfect for spring touring to get the corn. used these on Mt. Rainier on the wilson glacier. ascended 30 degree boilerplate no problem.

        Extremely essential piece of gear

          If you even think about taking your split board to harder or steeper ground, don't leave home without these crampons.
          They work very well for me.
          Of course as every piece of gear for backcountry-snowboarding they could be lighter but on the other hand they are very durable.

          great product

            I have only used them a handful of days, but I found the crampons to be an indispensable tool for home-split boards with no inside edge to set while traversing. For traversing or climbing up anything but the softest snow, I put them on as a matter of course. Not too much extra drag and lots of extra traction. Haven't tried on really steep, hard stuff yet.

            Will these work with my Spark R&D...

            Will these work with my Spark R&D bindings?

            Best Answer

            Nope. the Spark bindings mount to the outside of the tour bracket, The voile bindings and slider plates mount to the inside of the bracket while the crampon (with its separate longer pin) to the outside. Check out the Mr chomps, they mount to everything with there own heel riser

            Do these work well with the climbing heel...

            Do these work well with the climbing heel posts in the up position? Enough penetration?

            The heel riser will work with these crampons in either mode; fixed to your slider plate when touring so they raise when you skin, or fixed to the ski. When they are fixed to your slider plate and the heel riser is up, you are limiting the contact of the crampon to only the first 1 or 2 toe teeth. When they are fixed to the ski, you get the entire crampon in contact with the snow.

            I took a 100 ft slide on the coleman-deming glacier with them attached to the slider plate with the riser up. so from my experience, keep them attached to the board if you're going steep. the extra effort is worth it!