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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Cassin's C14 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The modular C14 Crampon features six points of adjustment so climbers can customize their crampons for their preferred style of climbing. The wide spacing of the dual points promotes stability and helps prevent clogging with ice chunks. The C14 can also be configured as a monopoint (centered or offset). For overhanging mixed climbing, an optional heel spur (#3020) can be attached. The side points are designed to give the climber secure foot placements on ice, rock, and snow.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Cassin C14 Crampon FEATURES of the Cassin C14 Crampon Versatile high-performance crampons for ice and rock Vertical frame forefoot maximizes power and precision Fully adjustable automatic binding fits most technical boots Anti-balling plates prevent dangerous snow build up SPECIFICATIONS of the Cassin C14 Crampon Weight: 40.2 oz / 1140 g Points: 14 Frame Material: Chromoly Steel Antibott: Included ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The CAMP USA C14 crampon comes with aggressive front points that you can set up in a mono- or dual-point configuration to handle any type of route you want. The mono takes care of steep mixed lines, while the hooded front points in dual mode handle steep neve snow. The CAMP crampons handle the entire range. For the alpine side of things, CAMP added anti-balling plates to keep you from losing traction at the worst possible moment.

- Backcountry.com

Engineered as a crampon for everything from mixed ice climbing to alpine travel, CAMP's versatile C14 crampon allows you to choose different point placements for different styles of climbing and can be fitted with an accessory heel spur for more technical moves. Made of tough forged steel, these crampons make use of anti-balling plates to prevent snow from building up under your feet.

- Mountain Gear

Cassin C14

previously retailed for:
$139.96 - $199.95

The Cassin C14 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 17, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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