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It's hard to argue with stronger and lighter! ATK placed itself front and center in the eyes of the ski mountaineering crowd with a knockout ski crampon made with a robust, lightweight alloy. Designed by Batman himself, these sinister-looking crampons inspire confidence in steep terrain. Available in several widths, most ATK crampons have a deep bite. The exception is the 70mm race crampon, which is shallower and has extra cutouts to save weight. All the crampons are sold in pairs and come with a carrying pouch. They are compatible with most Dynafit-style toe pieces, but notably not Plum bindings.

Stock Note: If the size you're looking for is out of stock, check out the Trab crampons which are the same thing.

Width* Weight (g) Weight (oz) Measured Width
70mm 49 1.7 70mm
75mm 61 2.2 75mm
86mm 67 2.3 86mm
91mm 69 2.4 91mm
97mm 73 2.4 97mm
102mm 75 2.5 102mm
108mm 77 2.6 108mm
120mm 81 2.9 120mm
135mm 132 4.7 135mm

* Please note that ATK ski crampons are exactly the width specified so measure your ski where the crampon will sit and make sure to order a higher number.

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Questions & Reviews

6/5/2024
Question from Jasper
 
I purchased these, thinking they would fit my ATK Crest 10 bindings. But the bar does not fit into the pivot slot on my bindings. It's too big. Can you advise?
6/5/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jasper, they will fit if you slide them in from the side. Check out our article on crampon compatibility to see an animated gif. Let us know if you still have issues.
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5/14/2024
Question from konrad
 
i have dynafit seven summits skis (174cm) with a 84mm waist. Should I get the 86mm or 91mm or 97mm crampon?
5/14/2024
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi konrad, go for the 86mm.
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5/13/2024
Question from Alexandra Kozedub
 
Hi! I have Rossi Blackops Alpineer 96 with Atomic backland tour bindings. Would these crampons work? I have already broken Dynafit crampons twice and want to try something different. Would 97 mm width be sufficient? I used 100 mm on Dynafit crampons and they did slide around
5/13/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Alexandra, for Dynafit-style crampons you need to use the centering clip that comes with the Backland bindings or they will break. Same story with the ATK. Or you could get the Plum crampons that slot in from the top and stay in place, in which case 100mm is fine.
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4/29/2024
Question from Dan
 
Are the ATK ski crampons compatible with Kingpin bindings?
4/30/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Dan,

The answer is a qualified "maybe." They do fit in the slot. However, depending on the boot sole that your binding was mounted for, there may be some interference with the crampon and the ski-walk mechanism. I would recommend the  Marker Pintech crampons instead, if you are buying new crampons for those bindings.

You can check out our article on ski crampon compatibility  here.
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4/29/2024
Question from mike
 
ATK crampons are compatible with the bd helio 145s right? isnt the helio just a atk binding with a bd sticker?
4/29/2024
Answer from Jeff
 
Mike, Yes. All the BD branded bindings are 100% ATK bindings.
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4/13/2024
Question from Andrew
 
Sorry for what feels like a repetitive question:
But I'm getting 96 mm ski (Black Crows Camox Free Bird - 2021) with an ATK Crest 10 binding; would the ATK Ski Crampons in the 97 mm work or should I go with 102 mm?
4/14/2024
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Andrew, in the absence of a physical ski to test on, I'd recommend the 102mm. It's entirely possible the 97mm works fine but it'd be a bummer if you figured that out on your end.
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4/4/2024
Question from Charlie
 
Hi, I have a pair of Black Crows Orb Freebird skis, and ATK Raider 12 bindings. 167 length, 90 underfoot.

Should I get the 91mm or 97mm crampons? I can't tell if the 91mm ones would rub or if they'd be perfect. Thanks!
4/4/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Charlie,

Unfortunately, we don't have that ski, so I can't test fit it for you. My suspicion is that the 91mm crampon may work for you, but the best way to know would be to measure the width of your ski in millimeters, right under the crampon receptor. ATK crampons measure exactly at their stated width, so this is the best way to know. Otherwise, the 97mm crampon would be a safe bet and would only overhang a few millimeters.
4/4/2024
Answer from Niko M
 
Hey Charlie! The safe bet would be to go for the 97mm crampon. A few mm of overhang won't be any reason for trouble. The 91mm may work, but once you consider the placement of the toe piece, it'd be cutting it close. Thanks!
4/15/2024
Answer from Charles R
 
Thanks for the responses!

I measured the ski width, at the location of the crampon receptor, to be 89mm. So a 91mm crampon would yield a clearance of 1mm per side.

Does this sound good, or is 1mm of clearance per side too little? Thanks!
4/15/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Charles, that would work great!
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3/29/2024
Question from Isaac B
 
Blizzard zero g 85 with an atk scrampon 86mm? Too tight? Thanks!
3/29/2024
Answer from Emmett I
 
Hi Isaac,

They'd be tight if they worked - I'd measure the width of the ski at the back of the toe piece, if it's less that 86mm go for it. Or, easier, Dynafit makes a 90mm crampon found here that's compatible.
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3/21/2024
CDB (used product a few times)
 
Light weight, sturdy, and slide in easier than other brands. The 75mm crampons have deeper bite than I want for my Race Pro 71s so I might grind down the rear teeth a bit. I tried Dynafit Speed crampons and they had too little bite.
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3/19/2024
Question from Santi
 
Just got a pair of LaMachines Micros yesterday. (After one day I absolutely love them!!!)
Was able to stay on my feet on the flagstaff skinner today but the tension and pucker factor was pretty strong without skipons.
The drop down menu shows a 91mm width but the table shows 97mm as the closest.

Question A: is it 91mm or 97mm ?
Question B: could you guys do me a solid and check which one fits best on the micros?
Question C: would the skitrap ones be lighter
3/20/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Santi,

We do have a 91mm crampon - sorry about that! I just checked the fit. You will want the 97mm, the 91mm is just slightly too small. It could work, but it will rub. A couple millimeters extra on either side isn't the end of the world.

The Trab crampons are basically identical to the ATKs, they are just rebranded ATK crampons. So go with either, but the weight and performance will be the same.
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3/19/2024
Question from scott
 
What size should I go with for a ripstick 104?

I see that the 102 measures a true 102, but will a 108 be to wide?
3/19/2024
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Scott, the 102mm will be too narrow, go for the 108mm. Just a few millimeters on each side, it'll work well.
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3/18/2024
Question from Nate
 
Just to confirm, will these work with the Moment Voyager XV bindings (manufactured by ATK)?
3/18/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nate, you bet! Those are just rebranded ATKs.
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3/4/2024
Question from Connor Gray
 
Hello - I have 100 underfoot on3p woodsman tours, would the 102 provide enough space or should I go up to 108?
3/4/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Connor,

You should be good with the 102mm width. If in doubt, you can measure the ski where the crampon will sit in order to confirm. We measure the ATK 102mm crampon at a true 102mm.
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3/2/2024
Question from Liz
 
Hi! Will the 102 be too big on a pair of Elan Ripstick 94 with ATK Evo Raider 11 bindings? Thanks
3/2/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Liz, you should get the 97s! The 102s will overhang a bit and still be usable, but it's always best to get them tight to have less torque on the binding.
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3/1/2024
Taylor M (used product regularly)
 
I use the 91mm ski crampons for 85 waisted skis with ski trab gara titan bindings. These things are plenty light and certainly useful in slick, icy, hardpack conditions. As usual, I don’t take the time to slide them on enough when it would make my skinning life easier, but that’s my problem.

With enough gumption and finesse you can slide these on without taking off your skis. Not super easy but that’s true of most ski crampons. It can be a bit challenging to find when the crampon is centered and will pivot downward to the snow. Just gotta be patient and keep sliding back and forth a bit to find the sweet spot.
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1/9/2024
Question from Ben
 
Hello!

This may be an ill-advised question, but just want to be certain....

I ski the 102mm underfoot Black Crows Navis Freebird w/ ATK Raider 13 binding. Using a tape measure, I actually measure the width as 100mm at the base of the binding (and measuring the base of the ski vs. the topsheet).

Should I purchase the 102mm size? or the 108mm?

Thanks for any advice!!
1/9/2024
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Ben! Out of an abundance of caution, I would suggest going with the 108mm crampon. The ~3mm of space produced by the crampon on both sides of the skis won't be any trouble. Thanks!
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10/23/2023
Question from Gregory Kempers
 
I got these assuming they'd work in these older superlites, but just can't get them in on my workbench. Considering filing part of the binding to get them to fit. Do I just have the totally wrong crampons? Thanks!
10/25/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Gregory, yes they are compatible. Funny, the ATK usually slide in easier.
The metal receptors are sometimes a bit 'bent' or otherwise too tight. Try bending the clip open a bit first.
10/26/2023
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Gregory, we have an animation showing how to slide them in from the side in our article on ski crampon compatibility.
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10/5/2023
Question from David P
 
Are these compatible with Dynafit Speed Radical bindings? What width would you recommend for my 2021 DPS Wailer A100s? Would 102mm be too tight? I measure the ski base width at the waist at 101mm.
10/5/2023
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi David,

Yes, they are compatible. 102mm will be perfect for a 101 underfoot ski! Since you measured the ski, you can have good confidence that they will fit.
10/10/2023
Answer from David P
 
Received the 102mm ATK crampons today and can confirm they fit PERFECTLY! Thank you!
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9/24/2023
Question from Jerry
 
Hi, I have Dynafit Superlite 150 bindings on a pair of 84mm underfoot BD Cirques, would these 86mm ATK crampons be a good fit? Thanks
9/24/2023
Answer from Emmett I
 
Jerry,

These should work, but I'd measure the exact width of the ski at the toe piece to be sure. You could also get the 91mm Hagan ski crampons, which are compatible.
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8/8/2023
Question from liming z
 
I have faction agent 2.0 (suppose the ski is 96 mm under the foot), I measured the waist around the crampon slot about 96.5 mm, just wondering the 97 ATK crampon will fit or have to go with Dynafit 100mm ?
8/8/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Liming, The 97 mm ATK will comfortably fit a 97mm ski. So it should work fine.
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