Fritschi Diamir Ski Crampon

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Manufacturer's Description

The long teeth of this original AT ski crampon from Fritschi bite into hard pack and lift out of the snow to reduce drag as you tour.

  • Medium fits up to 79 mm at waist
  • Wide fits up to 100 mm wide at waist
  • Compatible with previous generation and earlier Diamir Explore and Freeride Plus bindings

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On steep skin tracks, icy glacier traverses, and other ski mountaineering applications where your skins just aren't enough, clip on the Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Ski Crampon. Designed to fit on Fritschi bindings, this lightweight crampon bites into hard pack and ice while cleaning lifting out to reduce drag.

- Backcountry.com

The Diamir Ski Crampons by Fritschi fit all Diamir bindings to provide the bite you need on hardpack.

- Mountain Gear

The original AT ski crampon from Fritschi mounts without tools directly to the binding bar underneath your boots. The long teeth bite into hard pack and lift out of the snow to reduce drag as you tour. It is compatible with all models of the Diamir and is available in two widths.

- CampSaver.com

Grip the snow on steep traverses or ascents with these Fritschi ski crampons that attach easily to your backcountry skis. The long teeth of this original AT ski crampon from Fritschi bite into hard pack and lift out of the snow to reduce drag as you tour. Medium fits up to 79 mm at waist. Wide fits up to 100 mm wide at waist. Compatible with previous generation and earlier Diamir Explore and Freeride Plus bindings. These awesome Fritschi crampons help tremendously and won't get in the way mid-stride. Only available in the wide size (up to 100mm waist skis). Weight Per Pair: 398 g, 14 oz

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Fritschi Diamir Ski Crampon

currently retails for:
$69.95
MSRP: $59.95

The Fritschi Diamir Ski Crampon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 1, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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