Voile Splitboard Crampon

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Voile Splitboard Crampon is made for those early morning approaches on Voile Splitboards. These puppies are made of lightweight, heat treated aluminum and attach to the outside of the touring brackets using an included custom slider pin.

- Backcountry.com

Supplement your Voile Splitboard skins with the Splitboard Crampons that can be fastened to your boards for easier climbs up exposed areas and slick tracks. Choose between two modes, fixed mode for the most precarious footing and where security is key and mobile mode which makes moderate ascents easier and more energy efficient.

- Mountain Gear

For steep, icy, and exposed ascents or that frustrating icy skin track, there is the Voile splitboard crampon.Used with Voile splitboard skins, the Voile splitboard crampon can function fixed to your splitboard or mobile for easy walking.The fixed mode is recommended for high exposure and where security in each step is essential. The slot in the back of the crampon fits under the heel pad for the fixed mode.The mobile mode is for more moderate ascents and will increase energy efficiency by decreasing drag of the crampon on each step. A rotating puck holds the crampon to the binding for the mobile mode.The crampon is attached to the board half using a longer Slider Pin (4 9/16 ) made specifically for the crampon. This Slider Pin will work for securing your binding for ride mode.Weight/pr. 1 lb./0.45 kg, Clearance for fitting crampon to board half: 13.7 cm.Includes a nylon storage bag.

- Second Ascent

Voile Splitboard Crampon


The Voile Splitboard Crampon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 19, 2017 at CampSaver.com.

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