Classic ten-point mountaineering crampon with anti-ball plate and wider fit for ski and snowboard boots - simple and reliable system for moderate to steep alpine terrain.
Size:Uk 2-12 - UK 2-12 | EU 35-46
Colour: Yellow / black
Brand Colour:Yellow, - Yellow/Black
Product ID: 137610 RA072A24F 8032618872085
The G10 New Classic Crampon Wide from Grivel gives you a lightweight, semi-rigid mountaineering crampon with a simple design that fits a wide range of footwear; from adult down to junior sizes. This wide version is specially built with a wider toe harness to accommodate snowboard and telemark boots making them great for backcountry ski and snowboard tours.
Tool free adjustment makes it quick and convenient to use; hinged front and rear plastic harnesses cupping the heel and toe while a single strap adjustment secures the crampon in place.
Underfoot, ten Chromolly steel points provide traction over steep icy routes while a multi-ply stainless steel flex regulation bar works like suspension, providing dynamic movement that allows the crampon to flex with the foot as you climb.
The G10 features Grivel's Antibott system (as can be seen in the video). This pro-active, anti-ball design works to prevent the build-up of wet snow and ice underfoot, which can otherwise render the crampon's grip ineffective and lead to slips and falls.
The low weight makes them great for the fast moving alpinist negotiating varied terrain on back-country ski tours or mountaineering trips.
The two parts are designed to fit together - points inward - to be stowed safely when not in use.
The Grivel G10 New Classic Wide Crampon delivers durable construction with a performance design - a product you can rely on to help get you to the top and back again.
*See accompanying images for Grivel's recommended range of use.
Fits: UK Shoe sizes 2-12 / EU 35-46
# Points: Ten
Construction: Chromolly steel
Weight: 819g / 28.9 oz
Carry Case: Not included
Recommended use: BCDE - *see images for clarification
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