Petzl Lynx Crampon

Petzl Lynx Crampon
Petzl Lynx Crampon
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Lynx Crampon by Petzl
Customize Petzl's Lynx Crampon to suit any ice or mixed climb you go on, as well as any boot you want to wear that day. Its Leverlock universal binding accommodates any hybrid hiking with a rear welt, while the Fil or Flex (not included) lets this crampon adapt to mountaineering boots. The front points switch out to a long mono point for dry tooling, long dual points for mixed climbing, or short dual points for ice climbing. The Lynx also features anti-balling Antisnow plates and fourteen points--enough to not give you any excuses.

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SKU: PTZ004M
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