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Dynafit Mezzalama Crampons


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Commandment #2477 of ski alpinism: thou shalt not scramble on rock with aluminum crampons. Instead of wincing each time you encounter a surface of mineralogic origin, suit up with the Dynafit Mezzalama Crampon, knowing you’ll have the best blend of durability and weight savings. The Mezzalama is built from the same chassis as the DNA crampons but swaps the aluminum for full stainless steel front points. These front points are easy and satisfying to step into, snapping onto your boot toe welt with the included automatic attachment system. Other conveniences include a foldable stainless steel cable as well as tool-free boot sole adjustment. The Mezzalama also comes with a set of rubber antibot plates to prevent nasty snow buildup. Merging the speed of aluminum rear points with the power of steel out front, the Dynafit Mezzalama Crampon presents a metallurgical alloy for fast mountain movement.

  • Lightweight and compact race-style crampons are also durable thanks to steel front points.
  • Tool-free adjustment system won’t leave you high and dry in the field after your friend borrows them.
  • Included front antibot plates ward off unwanted snow accumulation.
  • Automatic toe bails can be swapped with semi-automatic toe bail system.
  • Comes with a protective hardcase.
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205g (w/ antibot plates)
190g (w/o antibot plates)
Weight (pair) 410g (w/ antibot plates)
380g (w/o antibot plates)
Points 10
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminum 7075 Crampon Back, Steel Crampon Front, Stainless Steel Cables, Rubber Anti-Balling Plate
Skimo Co Says
Usage Grand course skimo races, fast and light ski mountaineering
Notes Adjustment system is very fast
Bottom Line Durable race crampons
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Tjaard B
Do these only have an anti balling plate in the front? Or underneath the heel piece as well.
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Tjaard, The anti-balling plates are on the front sections only!
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Question from Ben
These look like the perfect crampon, improving upon the design of the venerable Irvis Hybrid by replacing the stretchy dyneema cable with stainless steel, while saving a significant amount of weight. What's the catch? Do you have experience using these?
Answer from Andrew C
Ben, both are great crampons and will perform quite similarly in most circumstances and both are quite modular.

The Irvis Hybrid is slightly easier to adjust if you're going to be switching between multiple pairs of boots and the heel piece will have an antibot plate.

The strap on the Mezzalama has a buckle which will make it quicker to put on/take off. Additionally, the Mezzalama has an edge on durability with the steel linking cable compared to the Dyneema cord on the Irvis.
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Model: Mezzalama UPC: 4053866480840

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