Petzl Leopard LLF Crampon

Petzl Leopard LLF Crampon
Petzl Leopard LLF Crampon
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Leopard LLF Crampon by Petzl
Step your ski boots into Petzl's Leopard LLF Crampon when the tour gets steep and icy. This superlight crampon helps prevent you from slipping and sliding down the entire mountain, and it's super compact for easy packing. Its Leverlock Fil binding accommodates most ski boots and other boots with step-in compatibility. The Cord-Tec flexible linking system folds the crampon in half for easier packing.

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SKU: PTZ005P
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