CAMP C12

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The Camp C12 Automatic Crampongs are semi-rigid 12-point chromoly steel crampons for classic mountaineering and alpine routes. Innovative 3-D shaped construction (pressed - not just bent) on the front platform distributes pressure applied to one point across the platform significantly increasing the strength and durability of the crampon. The automatic binding style is recommended for stiff boots with full toe and heel welts, including all A/T and most telemark boots.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Camp USA C12 Crampon FEATURES of the Camp USA C12 Crampon Multiple adjustment points and micro-adjustable heel ensure a precise fit Slightly flared points reduce balling 3-D pressed frame maximizes strength and performance Semi-automatic bindings fit most semi-rigid mountaineering boots Tool-free size adjustment Anti-balling plates included SPECIFICATIONS of the Camp USA C12 Crampon Weight: 35.6 oz / 1008 g Points: 12 Frame Material: Chromoly Steel Antibott: Included ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Step out of your ski bindings and into the CAMP USA C12 Crampon when the summit route gets hairy. The C12's automatic binding fits AT boots and most telemark boots, so your attempt to climb and ski Mt. Doom doesn't end when you encounter 50-degree hardpack. These adjustable crampons require no tools to fit them to your ski or mountaineering boots.

- Backcountry.com

Thermoplastic heel and toe harnesses wrap around nearly any hiking and classic mountaineering boot and are secured by straps - these are the best bindings for use with full overboots. For telemark or AT boots, use the C12 Automatic.Specs:Material: Chromoly SteelPoints: 12Binding: UniversalAnti-Balling Plates: IncludedCrampon Case: IncludedSize: 36-48 cm, 14-19 in.Weight: 978 g, 34.5 oz

- Second Ascent