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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Grivel's Flex Bar page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Flex Plate Long For G10/G12/G14/Air Tech Crampon Add-On by Grivel. The crampons with either Classic or New Classic bindings now have a new flexible regulation bar for improved Fit and Performance on walking boots: flexible and elastic it allows the foot free movement without over-forcing or stressing the bar even over extended use. The flex regulation bars Are made of multi-ply stainless steel and work just like a car's suspension springs. Note: the Flex Regulation Bars can be used on all of Grivel's crampons. SOLD IN PAIRS.

- Moosejaw

Built with multi-ply stainless steel, Flex Bars from Grivel allow you to walk more comfortably when you're traveling with crampons on. The springy flex of the bar works like a car's leaf suspension to flex with the motion of your boots.

- Mountain Gear

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- CampSaver.com

The Grivel 190mm Long regulation bar is designed to extend the range of their standard crampon bar. This longer bar will fit G10, G12, G14 and their Airtech crampons. Standard Grivel crampon bars will fit upto size 46 boots, but this is really the very limit of their range. We would recommend fitting these longer bars if the crampons are to be fitted to footwear of 45, or UK 10.5. This bar fits the Grivel G10, G12, G14 and the Air Tech crampons. Be aware that if you fit this bar to G10 it will reduce the flexibility of the crampon, and may require a stiffer B2 boot. The long bar can also be used with smaller sized footwear. By turning the bar over (and swopping left and right to maintain the correct orientation) a simple tag locks the bar in a shortened position.

- Bentgate.com