Grivel Valter Long Bar

Grivel Valter Long Bar
Grivel Valter Long Bar
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Valter Long Bar by Grivel
Changing crampon sizes is a snap with the Grivel Valter Long Bar. Simply turn over the bar, and the retaining tooth automatically reduces size without tools or meticulous adjustment. Just be sure to keep track of right and left and you're good to go.

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SKU: GRV0091
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