Fritschi Diamir Axion Crampon

Manufacturer's Description

The retractable Fritschi Diamir Axion Crampons are a revolutionary concept in alpine touring ski crampons. They deploy with the flick of a ski pole and deactivate with the push of a pole tip.

  • Deploy with the flick of a ski pole
  • Fits skis up to 86 mm at waist and 110 mm at waist
  • Extra long tines provide increased bite on steep slopes
  • This crampon is only compatible with current Fritschi models (Freeride Pro and Eagle)

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The retractable Fritschi Diamir Axion Crampons are a revolutionary concept in alpine touring ski crampons. They deploy with the flick of a ski pole and deactivate with the push of a pole tip.

- CampSaver.com

A revolutionary concept in alpine touring ski crampons, the Fritschi Diamir Axion 110 Crampons deploy with the flick of a ski pole and deactivate with the push of a pole tip.This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only. . Deploy with the flick of a ski pole. Fits up to 110 mm at waist. Extra long tines provide increased bite on steep slopes. Skis and bindings are shipped unmounted and unadjusted. Skis, boots and bindings (including track mounted bindings) must be installed, adjusted and tested as a complete system by a qualified ski technician prior to use. Please contact our Customer Service Department at 888.463.6367 for help locating one of our stores that can perform the mounting service..

- EMS

Free Shipping. Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Axion 110 Crampon FEATURES of the Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Axion 110 Crampon Retractable, easy-to-mount crampons for security on icy terrain

- Moosejaw

When skinning conditions get slick and icy, the Fritschi Diamir Axion Ski Crampon deploys with the flick of a ski pole. This retractable ski crampon attaches to the Fritschi Eagle or Freeride Pro binding and its long size provides extra bite on steep, technical slopes.

- Backcountry.com