Camp USA's Tour Nanotech Crampon weighs a little over a pound, which is extremely light considering it's made of steel. Most steel crampons are too heavy or bulky for most ski mountaineers, but the Tour's lightweight, compact, ten-point design makes it easier for skiers to opt for steel when there's ice and rock between you and the objective. Instead of the traditional chromoly steel construction, Camp USA used Sandvik Nanoflex stainless steel that's 70% stronger and 20% stronger than standard chromoly. Since it's stronger, the Tour's frame is much slimmer than normal crampons for compact convenience.
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