CAMP USA Skimo Dyneema Linking Strap

CAMP USA Skimo Dyneema Linking Strap
CAMP USA Skimo Dyneema Linking Strap
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Skimo Dyneema Linking Strap by CAMP USA
Camp USA's Skimo Dyneema Linking Strap replaces the linking bar on your Skimo Crampons to reduce weight and increase packability. This also allows you to fold the crampons together for extra packing space on competitions.

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SKU: CMP009R
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