Whether you are clinging to the top of an icy peak on a bucket-list ski mountaineering adventure or battling the overly steep, refrozen skin track at your local backcountry stash, don't leave home without your ski crampons. These crampons are perfectly suitable for Dynafit bindings, and recommended for ascents on icy or hard snow.
Depending on the width of the ski different width options are offered:
- *80 mm, green (94 g)
- *90 mm, blue (99 g)
- *100 mm, orange (102g)
- *110 mm, black (105g)
- *120 mm, blur-grey (115 g)
- *130 mm, gold (125 g)
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If you plan to go backcountry skiing in the springtime anywhere in the world, you need ski crampons. The reason is that in the spring, after the heat of the day before and the overnight freeze, the snow will be rock hard in the morning until the daytime temps soften it. Crampons not only help you to climb up, but they make traversing icy slopes more secure, and therefore safer. These Dynafit crampons, like many other brands, are easy to attach and detach in the field once someone shows you how to do it. Whether you are planning your first springtime tours or intend to get whole-heartedly into backcountry touring, you must make the small and very worthwhile investment in ski crampons.
Dyna fit crampons work perfectly
I just got off the boat in Ushuaia from our adventure with Chris in Antartica. Overall, the equipment worked great - in fact better than I did in a couple of circumstances that were steep and scary. My only issue was with my bindings not having ski brakes. The tether system you sold me was a real pain doing transitions on the steep pitches, and I really feared losing a ski not having the breaks. Other than that, for my first experience ski mountaineering, I am a happy camper. Cliff
My wife wouldn't use my B&D heavy duty crampons on her Manaslus (too heavy, too deep with the riser on top). So I got her the Dynafits of her skis, and she loves them and uses them when advisable.