CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Pro Front Part

CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Pro Front Part
CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Pro Front Part
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Alpinist Pro Front Part by CAMP USA - Cassin
Your Alpinist Crampons work well on glacial traverses and most alpine climbs, but when things get steep you need Camp USA's Alpinist Pro Front Part. This piece connects to your Alpinist linking bar and heel piece, and its jagged, dual-spiked design gives better penetration on vertical to overhung ice and mixed climbs. The Alpinist Pro features the same micro-adjustments that you're used to with the Alpinist, ensuring you get the same secure fit as you ascend steeper ice.

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