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Ice Walker 6-Point Crampon

rated 5 of 5 stars 6-point instep crampons allow for hiking down steep inclines while carrying a heavy pack, and not having to worry about having a foot come out from underneath you! Which is ESPECIALLY DANGEROUS here on Kodiak on wet grassy steep slopes after it rains! Or while crossing slimy algae covered rocks on steep incline stream crevasses. I ALWAYS have at least one crampon on one foot AT ALL TIMES while out hiking or hunting here on Kodiak! Even if I am planning on just hiking up river beds, because it allows… Full review

Hyper Harpoon

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Bought these in 2008 for under $100. Been using them to climb ice in the Catskills ever since. For a new-intermediate climber on a budget I don't think they can be beat! They are a bit heavy, AND in sticky snow they can cookie cutter and load snow until you're wearing platform shoes. I have not had one fail/ defect with them.  Full review

Alpine Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars Very versatile, well thought out. Mine's getting a bit tired, so if anyone has one they'd like to get rid of, let me know (Mario: in2theunknown@excite.com). This is a well thought out, economical, tough, and attractive pack. Its size works well for large day loads to light hut trips. Full review

Cinch

rated 5 of 5 stars I've had my cinch for about a year and I can't find a bad thing to say about it. I use it several times a week for self belay as a professional tree climber and I use it recreationally for rock and ice climbing. The mechanics are super simple, it's almost impossible to misuse, it auto locks and is super easy to let rope out. The design allows for very little wear on the rope, less than a standard belay device and it's light and small. The only drawback is you still have to carry a conventional belay… Full review

Alpine Light Crampon

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Got these several years ago. Chose them for their lightweight point configuration. Also preferred the attachment approach — strap and heel clip. Very fast, although as the years go by, I'm finding the strap loop becoming harder and harder to work easily. These crampons appear to be no longer available. Full review

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