Marker Kingpin Crampon

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When the skin track gets icy, the backcountry skier gets Marker's Pintech Crampons. This crampon is compatible with Marker's Kingpin and Alpinist bindings. It's available in three different widths: 90, 105, and 120mm.

- Backcountry.com

Crampon KINGPIN 105 mm (ski width 90-105 mm) Crampon KINGPIN 120 mm (ski width 105-120 mm)

- Bentgate.com

Whether you're tacking icy hard tours or steep verticals, the Marker Ski Crampon for Kingpin Bindings delivers the traction and performance needed for an aggressive path up the hill. Super light anodized aluminium crampon for the TOUR bindings as well as the ride&hike bindings. Contrary to other systems the mounting position on the Tour bindings is right under the arch in order to provide maximum pressure and to ease hiking due to an optimal crampon position. Marker Kingpin Crampons are essential gear for backcountry skiers who use Marker Kingpin bindings. When snow conditions turn icy and hard and skins begin to lose their grip, lightweight, aluminium Marker Kingpin crampons can be easily attached to provide super secure footing. This can mean the difference between successfully reaching your objective rather than turning back way too early. Available in 90mm, 105mm and 120mm to best fit the size of your ski. 30-day. Easy & fast return. I-pagoseguro. Secure & safe shopping. I-satisfecho. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. I-preciomin. Lowest prices guaranteed

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Use the Marker Kingpin Ski Crampons for excellent grip while skinning up steep, icy slopes.

- REI

When the going gets icy, the Marker Kingpin Binding Ski Crampon clips easily onto your Kingpin bindings to give you the grip you need to make short work of bulletproof and no-fall ascents.

- Mountain Gear

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