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Dynafit Ski Crampons

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If you've ever tried to skin up a steep, blank, icy face without ski crampons, you will immediately appreciate the value of the security they provide. By plunging into hard snow ice, the crampon teeth add grip when skins don't make full contact or you're slipping downhill. Whether you are chasing someone up a greasy skin track in the winter or trying to time the corn cycle in the spring, the Dynafit Ski Crampons will have you covered. Sold in pairs.

  • Machined with grooves that provide strength but keep the weight down (weights listed below).
  • Available in 80mm, 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, 120mm, and 130mm sizes to fit the width of your ski.
  • Easily slide into crampon receptors built into most tech bindings on the market.

** Please note that ski crampons work best with low heel riser settings. Since your boot is what drives the teeth into the snow, very high riser positions will result in a shallow purchase for the teeth. This can also be remedied by adding spacers on top of the crampons, which has the obvious drawback of adding weight.

Size Weight Measured Width
80mm 89g 81mm
90mm 91g 91mm
100mm 100g 100mm
110mm 105g 111mm
120mm 110g 120mm
130mm 117g 130mm

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Questions & Reviews

5/11/2022
Question from Brooks
 
I have the dynafit superlite 2.0 binding. Will these work with them? From what I understand they would need to somehow unlock and slide in from the side, as the receptor on the biding doesn't have the grove for the notch in the middle. Thanks for pointing me to the right ski crampon to work with the superlite if this isn't it!
5/11/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Brooks, These work with All Dynafit bindings. Those receptors are designed to hold the notch in place, it is just a bit different than their other bindings.
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4/29/2022
Question from drew
 
I bought a pair of these to use with my ST Rotation 10 bindings. They take a TREMENDOUS amount of force to shove into the slot and it tries to grind plastic or metal out of the slot. In fact, I can only get it to go in when I clamp the ski to a workbench. I'd never get it to go in the slot outside.

I measured the bar with a caliper and it's exactly 6mm. Is the slot in my ST Rotation 10 too small or is the bar on the crampon too big? The bindings are new.
4/29/2022
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Hi drew. These can be a bear to get in when new. While I don’t have a specific fix for you, we have found that repeated use seems to loosen up the slot enough to make it easier to use. Also, you can file down any sharp burrs sticking up from the rivets!
4/29/2022
Answer from Andrew H
 
Ah was hoping it would be easier than that. Any recommendations for another crampon that works with the ST Rotation 10?
4/30/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Sure! The ATK, BD, and Hagan ski crampons may work a bit more smoothly!
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3/16/2022
Question from Katherine Fernandez
 
I bought the 110 to fit with my 102 Salomon Mtn pure binding. The binding even says that dynafits are compatible. However, the bar seems to be too large to fit into the crampon receptor. Do you know what I should buy for the mtn pure?
3/16/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Katherine, I myself use this crampon + binding combo without issue. However, pulling one off the wall to check with, I see what you mean. The problem seems to be some variation in the quality of riveting on the crampon bar, so you could consider sanding down the rivets with a steel file. Alternatively, the Plum ski crampons are a breeze to use with the Salomon MTN binding!
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3/14/2022
David S (used product regularly)
 
Design has not changed in years. Light, durable and effective. When I'm on a steep icy skin track and I will skin in flat mode for maximal crampon engagement. Use these much more frequently than boot crampons.
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1/22/2022
Justin H (hasn't used product)
 
Poor QA/QC. Pins with an interference fit are used to secure the crampon to the shaft. The pins were not flush and protruded from the 6mm shaft enough to prevent smooth installation and removal - or at least without galling the aluminum on the binding mount. Other manufacturers use countersunk screws. I would not recommend these unless you are buying them in a ski shop and can check the fit. If ordering online, prepare to carry a mallet to install them or plan on grinding the pins down.
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11/28/2021
Peter (downright abused product)
 
I have owned 5 pairs of these crampons, still have 3 pairs for my current quiver. They work well. I always keep a set in my touring bag because they're light and small enough to carry "just in case". I recommend them to ski partners.

That said, there is an inherent weak point in the design. They neck down to a tiny piece of metal at the rotation pin. I have broken one crampon at that point, during normal use. Dynafit warrantied them, but I was without crampons for a few weeks.

I have not tried the ATK ski crampons yet. They look like they don't suffer from the same weak point.
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11/12/2021
Ben (used product a few times)
 
20g-40g heavier than the ATK/Helio crampons (depending on the size) with the exact same functionality and $5-10 cheaper. I upgraded last year and appreciate the weight savings. If you're buying new I don't see the reason not to go with ATK other than the small price difference.
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7/17/2021
Question from Alison
 
I have 99 mm waist skis with dynafit radical bindings. Would a 100 mm ski crampon be enough space to work with or would I need a 110? Thank you!
7/17/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Alison, the 100mm crampons should work fine for the 99mm underfoot ski. Thanks
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6/19/2021
Question from Janine
 
Hi, I have Dynafit Blacklight 88s with Dynafit ST Rotation 10 bindings. Will these work with the 90mm crampons?
6/19/2021
Answer from Will McD
 
Hi Janine, the 90mm crampon will work with that binding and is exactly the width you want for that ski.
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4/30/2021
Question from Chris W
 
Thanks for the answers above. One more:

Which size crampon for a Radical ST with 92mm brakes? 90?
4/30/2021
Answer from Chris W
 
nevermind on my last question, assuming that the brake width is independent of the crampon width and that my 86mm waist skis would match a 90mm crampon.

Thanks again for all your help.
4/30/2021
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Chris, your assumption is sound.
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4/29/2021
Question from Chris W
 
Dynafit Radical ST's (which I just bought from Skimo, thank you very much!) have a separate piece/bracket that gets mounted with the back toe piece screws and looks like it holds the crampons. Why is this separate and is it necessary when not planning to use crampons (like not having any)?

Thanks,

Chris
4/29/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Chris, yes that is the crampon receptor and it is not strictly necessary so you could save a few grams and not mount it. Be careful to check your screw depth, however, as the screws will end up a mil or so deeper.
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4/14/2021
Question from Svetla M
 
Hi! I have Dynafit bindings on K2 Talkback skis with waist 88 mm. Should I go for 90 mm or 100 m Dynafit crampons? Thanks!
4/14/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Svetla, the 90mm crampons will be perfect for you!
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4/10/2021
Question from Mariya
 
Will the Dynafit 100mm crampon fit Bent Chetler 100 with Atomic Shift bindings?
4/10/2021
Answer from Jeff
 
Hello Mariya, Widthwise, Yes. BUT, you need to use the Shift specific crampon here -- Shift Crampon They are shaped to work just with the Shift.
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4/8/2021
Question from Nick C
 
I have Dynafit Rotation 10s on 100mm Pagoda Tour RP. Should I be using the 100mm brakes or the 110mm?
4/8/2021
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Thanks for the question, Nick. You'll be using the 100mm brake on that particular ski. Also, you'll be using 100mm crampons should you be in the market for those as well.
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4/7/2021
Question from George Myers
 
I haven't seen it, but is it possible that you could list the dimension from inside to inside walls of the ski crampons?

For instance, what is the space between the inside walls on the 110 mm crampon?

Thank you for your consideration
4/7/2021
Answer from Jeremy L
 
George, thanks for reaching out. I measured several sizes and there is about 2mm of wiggle room. The 110mm crampon I measured came out to 111mm. Hope that helps.
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3/29/2021
Question from Julie Grady
 
I need a dynafit ski crampon for a 112 underfoot ski. Will the 110 work or do I have to go with the 120mm?
3/30/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Julie. The 120 would probably be the best option for your ski as the 110 might rub on your sidewall. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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3/21/2021
Question from Jared
 
Do I need to buy just one set to cover both my skis or two? also will these work on the speed turn 2.0 dynafit bindings?
3/21/2021
Answer from Jeff
 
Jared, they will work with all Dynafit bindings. One set will work for both if you get one for the wider ski.
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3/11/2021
Question from Mark
 
I’m 106 underfoot with a radical AT. For some reason, I have a dynafit 120 crampon. Is it ok that I have ample overhang or does that get problematic with ice build up? Doing a Shuksan tour in mid April...
3/12/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Mark. Typically, you want as little overhang as possible. Since we utilize the edge of our skis for grip, too large of an overlap would create an excess of force on the outside of your crampon, which could result in it breaking. As such, the 110 crampons would be the best option for your skis! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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3/9/2021
Question from Alexandra Chapman
 
I have dynamite 100 crampons and dynastie M tour skis. The size is correct but I find the crampons don’t grip if I have the risers under my heals. Is there a trick to over come this? As generally we need the crampons when it’s steep so need the heal risers as well?
3/9/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Alexandra, thanks for reaching out. Ski crampons do a great job assisting with edge hold and give the extra bite into hard snow to keep you from blowing an edge. Instead of using the high riser, it may be more appropriate to set a mellow skin track so you can step on the crampon and get the purchase you need on the lower riser. If you feel that you must go the direct route maybe consider transitioning to boot packing with crampons. I hope this helps, if you have any more questions feel free to email us a help@skimo.co.
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2/21/2021
Nate H (downright abused product)
 
Life in the Pacific Northwest means you may need ski crampons in any season, and these are great. 130mm fits most splitboard setups, the rest scale to your quiver accordingly. I like to add a couple thick plastic washers and aluminum hardware to customize the heel strike for riser use, but you can also buy pre-made heel links. There's nothing like starting that volcano ascent, breaking trail on day three of a traverse, or going high after it rains and refreezes to 8000' and hearing the "scheeerk, scheeerk" of ski crampons safely scraping you to your destination. Recommended pairing: BD carbon whippet or Petzl Ride/Gully ice axe strapped to a ski pole.
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