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Designed for aggressive ice and mixed climbing, the CAMP Vector Automatic Crampon features a tough steel construction and a range of adjustments to fit a variety of different climbing boots. CAMP integrated three toe adjustment points, two heel adjustments and a micro-adjustment on the rear binding, so you can tweak the Vector for anything from an aggro mixed clip-up to a light-and-fast ascent in the great ranges. Anti-balling plates keep snow from collecting underfoot, and a 14-point design gives you accuracy and precision on even the tiniest drips.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Camp USA Vector Crampon (Fall 2009) The Vector Crampon by Camp USA is an extremely versatile NiCrMo steel crampon designed for aggressive ice and mixed routes. Three adjustment points on the toe, two adjustment points on the heel and a micro-adjustable heel stay ensure a precise fit for a variety of boots. Forged front points are interchangeable between duo and mono with the possibility of offsetting right, left, forward and back. Anti-balling plates and carrying bag are included. Specifications: Application: Water Ice, Alpinism Material: NiCrMo Steel Alloy Points: 14 Binding(s): Automatic Balling Plates: Yes Sizing: 36-47 cm, 14-18.5 in Weight: 1076 g, 37.96 oz

- Moosejaw

CAMP Vector


The Vector has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$151.96 - $189.95

The CAMP Vector is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2010 at Backcountry.com.

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