Petzl Telemark Toe Bail Wire

Petzl Telemark Toe Bail Wire
Petzl Telemark Toe Bail Wire
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Telemark Toe Bail Wire by Petzl
The Telemark Toe Bail Wires replace the toe bails on your Petzl crampons to accept telemark boots for use during ski mountaineering trips. Just pop out the standard bails, clip in the Telemark Toe Bail Wires, step in with your boots, and go up.

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SKU: PTZ0161
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