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.
I ski the BD Starlet, 100mm under foot. Will I want the 100mm crampons?
Hi Becky, it will be close! Depending on how far your toe pieces is from the center of the sidecut, you may need to go up to 110mm. If you measure the width of your ski right at your receptor it would help: below 102mm and you should be OK.
Would the 110 crampons be the right fit for my Voile Supercharger skies (164 cm- 102 at the waist) with dynafit bindings? I have an Iceland trip coming up in a few weeks and been asked to bring ski crampons but I've never used them before.