Grivel G14 Forged Front Points X4

Grivel G14 Forged Front Points X4
Grivel G14 Forged Front Points X4
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G14 Forged Front Points X4 by Grivel
Tired of kicking ice with dull nubbins' Give your Grivel G14 crampons some love with the G14 Forged Front Points X4. The same reliable steel construction that came with the original design provides continuity and reliability, just what you need when tackling that frozen waterfall.

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SKU: GRV0115
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