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Edelrid - Shark - Crampon

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Attributes & features
Design:
Crampons
Recommended use:
Mountaineering; Alpine firn touring; Ice climbing
Material:
Steel
Number of points:
12
Front points:
2
Attachment type:
can be modified from soft to semi-automatic or automatic attachment type (included in delivery)
Anti-balling plate:
incl.
Shoe size:
EU 34-48
Weight:
844 g
Extras:
bridge can be shortened; three-dimensional front cleats
Item No.:
405-0104
Product description
Technical crampons for steep ice, winter mountaineering and expedition use.• Optimal flexibility: supplied with soft, semi and automatic bindings
• High-grade steel with robust powder coating
• Extremely lightweight 3D form
• 3D front points for optimal penetration on steep ice and good purchase on snow
• Quick and easy bridge adjustment (also fits larger boot sizes)
• Anti-bot plates included

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Question from Lorenz | München
21.07.2014
Passt das Steigeisen auf einen Telemarkschuh?

Servus Bergfreunde,
passt das Steigeisen auf einen Telemarkschuh mit Schnabel (z.B. Garmont Ener-G)?
Viele Grüße,
Lorenz

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Daniel | Customer Service
21.07.2014 11:49

Hallo Lorenz,

ich habe einmal direkt beim Hersteller nachgefragt. Dieser teilte mir mit, dass das Shark nicht für Telemarkstiefel mit ausgeprägtem Schnabel geeignet ist. Bei normalen Tourenskistiefeln ist es allerdings kein Problem.

Servus, Daniel

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