CAMP USA XLC 470 Crampon

CAMP USA XLC 470 Crampon
CAMP USA XLC 470 Crampon
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XLC 470 Crampon by CAMP USA
Mountaineering involves carrying too much weight as it is. Lighten your load with the 16. 5-ounce CAMP XLC 470 Automatic Crampon. This fully functional 12-point crampon achieves this impressively low weight thanks to aluminum construction. The XLC 470 would not be a good choice for steep ice, but it's great on hard neve that you encounter in the mountains.

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