Grivel Air Tech/Air Tech Light Antibott Plate

Grivel Air Tech/Air Tech Light Antibott Plate
Grivel Air Tech/Air Tech Light Antibott Plate
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Air Tech/Air Tech Light Antibott Plate by Grivel
Snow balling up on your crampons keeps your points from penetrating and causes you to loose traction when you need it the most. This problem is annoying at best and dangerous at worst. The Grivel Anitbott Plates for your Air Tech or Air Tech Light crampons pop the snow free with each step so you can climb safely.

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SKU: GRV0043
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