Kahtoola KTS Steel Crampon

Kahtoola KTS Steel Crampon
Kahtoola KTS Steel Crampon
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KTS Steel Crampon by Kahtoola
Those "casual" crampons aren't worth much once you start hiking steep, icy terrain. Taking a nod from technical climbing crampons, the Kahtoola KTS Steel Crampon straps to hiking boots so you can conquer rugged conditions throughout winter. The biggest difference between this crampon and climbing crampons is the Leafspring Flex Bar that lets your hiking boot bend and flex like it's supposed to. The spikes have a steel construction to stay sharp, reliable, and free of rust after heavy use.

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SKU: KHT000D
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