CAMP USA Skimo Tour Crampon

CAMP USA Skimo Tour Crampon
CAMP USA Skimo Tour Crampon
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Skimo Tour Crampon by CAMP USA
The CAMP USA Skimo Tour Crampon is super light and technical, designed with peak bagging missions and competitive ski mountaineering in mind. CAMP's new T-Stop toe system blended with a traditional snap-on heel bail makes stepping in fast and secure. The heel bail caters to alpine touring boots, with three different height settings to optimize the fit to your boots. CAMP offers semi-automatic toe bails separately for boot without toe welts, while the micro-adjustable linking bar provides easy adjustment without the use of tools. The Skimo Tour comes with anti-balling plates to reduce snow buildup, a carrying case for easy packing, and a torx adjustment key for quick adjustability.

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SKU: CMP009O
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