Hillsound Trail Crampon Pro

Hillsound Trail Crampon Pro
Hillsound Trail Crampon Pro
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Trail Crampon Pro by Hillsound
Fido might be able to claw up steep, icy hikes, but you would have a slippery time if it weren't for Hillsound's Trail Crampon Pro. With ten carbon steel spikes, this traditional, non-technical crampon assures traction and a lightweight feel specifically designed for winter hiking. The ratchet buckle binding straps firmly to any hiking boot, and the length adjusts simply and securely thanks to the included Allen wrench. Anti-balling plates prevent snow from balling underfoot, and the alpine stopper prevents the ratchet buckle from loosening in deep snow.

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