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ATK Ski Crampons

Brand: Hagan
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Price: $74.95
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It's hard to argue with stronger and lighter. Made by ATK, distributed by Hagan, the ski crampons will give you confidence when skinning the icy steeps. They are made with a alloy that is lighter yet stronger than other brands. Fits all tech bindings except the ION. Sold in pairs with a black carrying pouch.

Please note that these are exactly the width specified, so if your ski is 75mm (e.g. Hagan Cirrus), these will rub your edges unless you bend them out slightly. However that is hard to do, since they are made of rigid metal and designed for durability.

Width Weight (g) Weight(oz)
75mm 68 2.4
91mm 76 2.7

12/5/2016
Question from Dillon
 
Hi there, my Voile Superchargers measure 107mm wide underfoot and I have ATK Race bindings - Will the 108 provide adequate clearance or do I need to size up to the 110 Dynafit crampon? (I assume they are compatible) Thanks!
12/5/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dillon, it will be close as they are exactly 108mm wide. It will depend on your boot size and mounting location how far from the skinniest portion the crampon will sit. The Dynafit will work, yes.
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2/15/2016
Question from Scott
 
What is the distance from center of the round bar to the back of the open area? Wondering about utilizing these in conjunction with Scarpa F3 forefoot shim. Thank you.
2/16/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Scott, that distance measures 46mm. The window itself is 37mm, measured to the aluminum strip behind the cylindrical bar.
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8/28/2014
Question from David
 
Do you have a wt on this crampon?
How does it compare to the dynafit speed? Thanks
8/28/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hi David, I weighed the 75mm version at 68 grams. Unfortunately I don't have a verified weight for the Dynafit Speed Crampon as it is not currently offered in the US. I found some specs for the older 78mm version (before they widened all the crampons by 4mm) that says it weighed 63 grams, so I'm guessing the difference now is negligible.
9/28/2014
Answer from Jonathan S
 
I'm getting somewhere in the low 60s for my pair of Dynafit Speed 82 ski crampons.
(My scale bounces around between the nearest 5g increment.)
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