Marmot Crampon/ Skin Pocket Case


Weight 7 oz / 198 g
Main Material 420d High Tenacity Nylon
Reinforcement Material 1680d Ballistics Nylon
Main Material PVC Free Tarpaulin

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Crampon/ Skin Pocket Case page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Tough, lightweight, and task-focused describes this specialized pocket, made for stashing wet and cruddy crampons and climbing skins. Internal compression straps keep your gear from rattling around, and the dual daisy bottom lashes securely to your pack.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Instead of tearing up your backpack with your crampons or having your skins take up way more room than they should, stuff them into the Marmot Crampon/Skin Pocket. Made with durable fabric and a PVC-free tarpaulin bottom for added abrasion and waterproofness, this nifty little pocket has an internal mesh pocket and a drainage port. It also has a dual daisy bottom for securely lashing to your backpack and internal compression straps ensure your crampons stay in place.


Made for stashing wet and cruddy crampons or climbing skins, the Marmot Crampon / Skin Pocket features internal straps to secure contents and dual daisy bottom lashes to attach it to your pack. Closeout.


Stash your crampons or ski skins in Marmot's Crampon / Ski Pocket confident that the tough PVC-free tarpaulin bottom will resist sharp pokes. Attach to the outside of your pack with the dual daisy chain and rest assured that your crampons will stay in place when you use the internal compression straps.

- Mountain Gear

Marmot Crampon/ Skin Pocket Case


The Marmot Crampon/ Skin Pocket Case is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 30, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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