Grivel G14 Antibott

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Grivel's G14 Antibott page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When you are walking up the glacier and getting that annoying snow stuck in your crampons you'll be wishing you had bought the Grivel Antibott+Accordeon G14 Old. Upgrade your crampons and never have to worry about cleaning the snow out of your crampons with these fancy attachments. Made for the hardcore alpinist enthusiast who is tired of cleaning the snow from their boots, this supplemental device will keep the snow from building up beneath your crampon. This is a must have item for safety in wet-snow conditions. Spare yourself the hassle of cleaning your boots again and again and get these to keep you safe on the slopes.

- Altrec Outlet

Flexible, sheets that prevent snow build Up beneath the crampon. The antibott is essential for safety in wet-snow conditions.


If you love walking around with five pounds of snow stuck to your crampons, then you should definitely not buy the Grivel G14 AntiBott Plates. On the other hand, if you like your crampons to function properly, then you should consider it. This piece of rubber fits under your Grivel G14 crampons to keep snow from balling up and sticking, which besides being seriously annoying, is incredibly dangerous when you're 10-pointing above exposed terrain.


Prevent snow from balling up on the bottom of your G14 crampons with the G14 Anti-Balling Plate active anti-bott from Grivel.

- Mountain Gear

Grivel G14 Antibott

previously retailed for:
$25.50 - $49.95

The Grivel G14 Antibott is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 15, 2017 at

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