Petzl Irvis

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At 765g per pair, the 10-point Petzl Irvis Flexlock Crampons are designed for glacier travel, ski mountaineering and snowy or icy approaches.

- REI

Free Shipping. Petzl Irvis Crampon FEATURES of the Petzl Irvis Crampon The length of the points is designed for maximum stability without having to high-step Sharp points for great purchase in ice Two wide front points for purchase in snow, reinforced for rigidity Second row of teeth angled towards the front for support when front-pointing Two teeth at the rear for stability while descending face downhill Two teeth at 45Adeg angles at the rear of the forefoot for purchase while traversing or descending Lateral points for purchase while traversing Linking bar can be set for flexible or semi-rigid modes to adapt the crampon to flexible or rigid boots

- Moosejaw

Petzl designed the Irvis FL Walking Crampons to give you excellent traction for basic glacier travel while limiting the number of points to keep you pants safer from crampon attacks. These 10-point crampons get the job done on any terrain where your only other aid is an ice axe. The Irvis FL Walking Crampon's full-strap Flexlock binding system attaches to any boots. You could even strap these Petzl crampons to your running shoes in a pinch. They also include anti-snow plates to prevent annoying and dangerous snowballing in wet-snow conditions.

- Backcountry.com

Description of Petzl Irvis Lever Lock CramponThe size and shape of this carabiner make it popular for many uses connecting a belay device to a harness, belaying with a Munter hitch and as a multi-purpose carabiner for use at belay stations. For each HERABINER sold, Petzl will donate 1 to the HERA Womens Cancer Foundation, which supports ovarian cancer research and awareness.FeaturesLength of points is designed for maximum stabilitySharp points for great purchase in iceTwo wide front points for purchase in snow, reinforced for rigiditySecond row of teeth angled towards the front for support when front-pointingTwo teeth at the rear for stability while descending face downhillTwo teeth at 45 angles at the rear of the forefoot for purchase while traversing or descendingLateral points for purchase while traversingLinking bar can be set for flexible or semi-rigid modes to adapt the crampon to flexible or rigid boots.Materials Charlet steel, nylonFits boots sizes 35 to 46 with L linking bar includedOptional M linking bar fits boots sizes 27 to 42 T20950Available in three types of binding systemsT03 LL 02 LEVERLOCK 876 g3-year guaranteeCE UIAA

- US Outdoor Store