Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14/ Heel Lever X2

Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14/ Heel Lever X2
Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14/ Heel Lever X2
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G10/AT/G12/G14/ Heel Lever X2 by Grivel
Crampons only work when they're attached to your feet. Grab the Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14 Heel Lever X2 for your favorite Grivel crampons and make sure your heel doesn't get a mind of its own during your crux pull.

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SKU: GRV0120
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