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CAMP Skimo Tour Crampons


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The CAMP Skimo Tour Crampons are built with the same efficient design as the race version, but tailored to fit the needs of the everyday backcountry skiers and alpinists. The fool-proof T-Stop that corrals your toe welt into the front of the crampon makes dicey transitions that much easier. The height-adjustable heel lever ensures a proper fit regardless of the boot. A micro-adjustable linking bar with two length settings affords the crampon excellent versatility, allowing it to fit just about every ski boot under the sun. The Tour edition is full 7075 aluminum alloy, whereas the Nanotech edition uses CAMP’s signature Sandvik Nanoflex steel on the front points for a bit of extra adventure-insurance. Piece by piece, CAMP is lightening your load, shrinking mountain ranges, and allowing you to have more fun.

  • Light and sturdy 7075 aluminum alloy toe and heel.
  • T-Stop toe system is easily height-adjustable and corrals your toe welt into place.
  • Height-adjustable heel-bail for a perfect fit on most ski boots.
  • Small and large settings combined with micro-adjustability on linking bar helps dial in the fit.
  • Dyneema linking straps sold separately increase packability and decrease weight (-20g).
  • Anti-balling plates and carrying case are included.
  • Sandvik Nanoflex stainless steel front points found on the Nanotech edition are better for ice and rock.
  • Semi-auto toe bails are available for the welt-less boots becoming more popular these days.

*Note - Crampon is not compatible with Pierre Gignoux Boots. Also, the "Nanotech Steel" option ships with the Dyneema linking bar in the box.

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226g [Tour]
Weight (pair) 452g [Tour]
Points 10
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   7075 Aluminum, optional Sandvik steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Moving quickly in steep terrain
Notes Anti-balling plates installed
Bottom Line Versatile and light mountaineering tools
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Questions & Reviews

Eddy v (used product regularly)
I got the Nanotech version of these for the steel front points, and additionally purchased the dyneema linking straps both for the decrease in weight and the increase in packability. Overall I'm happy with them, though I may have just gone full aluminum (or gotten Petzl Leopards) in retrospect.

I really like the front attachment - it's easier to get aligned than any other crampon attachment that I've used, making these the quickest to put on crampons I've used. I made them even quicker by replacing the heel retaining strap with a lightweight leash that clips on to my ski boot's leash D ring (this also makes them lighter.

There are only 2 reasons that I don't give these 5 stars - 1) the adjustment with the dyneema linking strap is tedious and 2) with the linking strap on adjustment has to be perfect for the crampons not to wiggle. That being said, I'm happy to live with those minor gripes in return for the vastly improved packability of a flexible link between the front and rear.
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Stano at SkinTrack (used product regularly)
I have used these about 15 times so far without any problems. They are light yet feel quite strong, the front points are steel. Fit on the boots with the interesting front attachment (kind of like stepping into an alpine ski binding) works well and always felt secure...but it's probably not for steep ice. Anyways, great adventurous crampons.
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Question from Stephen Dixon
Do you know if the heel bail will work with Scott Cosmos 3 boots?
Answer from TSB
Hey Stephen, the heel bail on the Camp Skimo Tour crampons doesn't have any known compatibility issues, but as we don't stock Scott we can't say for sure.
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Question from Chris
Would these be a good alternative for the xlc 390 for general Backcountry skiing/ski mountaineering use? I have 12 point steel crampons so trying to get the lightest 'pons I can get away with for the majority of days in the bc. Thanks!
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Chris! Yes, absolutely! These would be great options as long as you're not spending the majority of the time front-pointing on ice or rock. If you're just booting up firm spring snow then this'll be a great option.
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