Burton Splitboard Crampons

Burton Splitboard Crampons
Burton Splitboard Crampons
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Splitboard Crampons by Burton
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.

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SKU: BUR01PW
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