Grivel G10/Air Tech Crampon Spare Parts

Grivel G10/Air Tech Crampon Spare Parts
Grivel G10/Air Tech Crampon Spare Parts
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G10/Air Tech Crampon Spare Parts by Grivel
So you've worn your crampon's heel spurs down to nubs with all those long hauls, fortunately we have Grivel's G10/Air Tech Crampon Spare Parts to save your day. Replace your current heel spurs and wallow in your new-found peace of mind.

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SKU: GRV0109
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