Grivel G22 Crampon
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The Grivel G22 crampon is the evolution of the G20 model that has established the new standard of lightness in the technical crampons. The G22 comes with two front points. The new MONO-RAIL technology (patented) distributes the points in an intelligent and original way. The lightest dual points tech crampon: 930 grams with front and rear antiballing! Two hot forged front points. Patented MONO-RAIL technology.
The Grivel G22 continues the evolution of lightness in technical crampons with two front points-the lightest dual-point crampon at 930 grams with front and rear antiballing.This product will be shipped directly from Grivel and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.
Grivel took its revolutionary G20 crampon, celebrated for its unprecedented lightness and quick-climbing, technical design, and added a second front point for versatility when contacting the ice. The result is the semi-rigid Grivel G22 Crampon. The G22 comes with either a Cramp-O-Matic binding for use with plastic-soled boots that have substantial welts or the more adaptable New-Matic binding for use with virtually any boot, including those with shallow front welts or overboots.
This crampon is the evolution with two front points of the G20 model that has established the new standard of lightness of the technical crampons The new MONORAIL technology patented distributes the points in an intelligent and original way The lightest dual points tech crampon 930gr with front and rear antiballing Two hot forged front points Patented MONORAIL technology CrampOMatic bindings utilize a well known system which relies on a nylon speed lever in the rear and a stainless steel front bale to hold the boot Quick to put on these bindings are perfect for plastic mountaineering boots that have a rigid sole and substantial heel and toe welts The stainless steel safety strap which was invented by Grivel is permanently mounted on the front bale and prevents total loss of the crampon should it be forced off the boot