CAMP USA XLC Nanotech Crampon

CAMP USA XLC Nanotech Crampon
CAMP USA XLC Nanotech Crampon
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XLC Nanotech Crampon by CAMP USA
Camp USA's XLC Nanotech Crampon is a lightweight, aluminum crampon that weight-conscious ski mountaineers look for, but steel front points lend an edge when you encounter icy or even rocky objectives. Aluminum points get shredded if you ever try to climb ice or rock, so Camp USA made the front points out of Sandvik Nanoflex stainless steel to solve that issue. Camp's innovative 3D shaped construction (pressed, not bent) makes the aluminum frame sturdier than standard aluminum frames. It's compatible with most alpine touring ski boots, telemark ski boots, and rigid mountaineering boots with toe and heel welts.

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SKU: CMP007R
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