Camp - XLC 490 - Crampons

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Material information & features
Recommended use:
Glacier; Mountaineering
Aluminum 7075
Number of points:
Front points:
Attachment type:
Universal (flexible rubber cage front and back)
Anti-balling plate:
optionally available
Shoe size:
490 g
Stuff pocket
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Product description
• 3-D pressed frame maximizes strength and performance
• Universal bindings fi t most mountaineering and hiking boots
• Tool-free size adjustment
• CC4U wear indicators on the side points show when it is time for replacement
• Optional Vibram® anti-balling plates (18106 - sold separately)
The lightest 12-point strap-on crampons in the world! Perfect for glacier travel and general
mountaineering. Thermoplastic heel and toe harnesses wrap around nearly any hiking and
classic mountaineering boots and are secured by strong nylon straps and metal buckles.
For telemark or A/T boots, use the XLC 390 with automatic bindings (348). While sturdy,
aluminum crampons are not suitable for ice climbing or intensive mixed terrain.
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| West Ashling
Not good for ski touring

I bought these to fit on my Scarpa Maestrale ski touring boots - they don't fit. But I my son did use them for some lightweight scottish winter walking on ice and hard snow - which they are very good for - but maybe not for intensive use though.

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