Petzl Sarken Front Section

Petzl Sarken Front Section
Petzl Sarken Front Section
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Sarken Front Section by Petzl
Your current crampon lacks a certain versatility needed for expeditions in variable terrain, so replace the front part of your crampon with Petzl's Sarken Front Section. This eight point front crampon features T-shaped front points for easy penetration on hard ice, and anti-balling plates keep the crampon clean when you're booting up the snowy steeps.

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SKU: PTZ004P
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