CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Tech Crampon

CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Tech Crampon
CAMP USA - Cassin Alpinist Tech Crampon
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Alpinist Tech Crampon by CAMP USA - Cassin
The Alpinist Tech Crampon is Camp USA's lightest technical ice crampon constructed for top level alpinism, mixed climbing, and ice climbing. It touts an aggressive mono-point with a slight, secondary point that adds a touch of supportive stability without interfering with the mono-point's technical prowess. The micro adjustable linking bar complements the crampon's three front bail positions, two heel bail positions, and three heel bail height settings by ensuring a secure fit specific to your boot. Its automatic compatibility can turn into semi-automatic compatibility by purchasing Camp USA's Semi-Auto Toe Bails and Semi-Auto Heel Bails, sold separately.

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