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
80mm 89g
90mm 91g
100mm 100g
110mm 105g
120mm 110g
130mm 117g

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Questions & Reviews

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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2/20/2021
Question from Matt
 
Bought the movement session 98s with hagan pro 12 bindings. Assuming the dynafit 100s are my best bet? Ski crampons are gonna be solid late season when it is corn and BGTs/crampons are overkill? trying to best understand the utility.
2/20/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Matt,

Billy Goat Tech Ascent Plates are great for midseason, when the snow is soft enough for a post-hole filled slog. Ski crampons are great for spring ski mountaineering season, when the dawn patrol leaves you ascending refrozen snow on the hunt for mid-afternoon corn. If you do need to switch to boot packing, regular crampons will do the trick as the snow will be frozen.

Based on your ski width, the 100mm ski crampon makes the most sense depending on where you are mounted. If you have any further questions, reach out to us at help@skimo.co.
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2/8/2021
Question from Brian
 
Two quick questions:
1) Do the Dynafit Ski Crampons fit on/compatible with Market Alpinist bindings?
2) If so, do they fit true to size, i.e. I have Volkl BMT 90mm under foot so I assume the 90mm crampon or size up one to the 100mm?
Thank you in advance for your response!
2/8/2021
Answer from Tim
 
Hi Brian,
Unfortunately no, the Dynafit crampons are not compatible with the Alpinist binding. You will want the "Marker Pintech Ski Crampon", here is a link:
https://skimo.co/marker-pintech-crampons

They tend to have a few millimeters of space, You should be fine with the 90.
Best of luck out there,
Tim
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1/1/2021
Question from Chris S
 
Will these crampons work with Plum race 170 bindings?
1/1/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Chris, these will not work, but the Plum ski crampons will!
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12/16/2020
Question from Katie J
 
Hi, I have 2 questions! I am right on the edge for both of my skis. I'm just not quite sure of the fit for these crampons!

1: I was wondering if a 110mm crampon would fit a 108mm underfoot ski? Or should I get the 120mm crampons?
2: For my 102mm underfoot ski should I get the 110mm crampon or is there a little wiggle room to get a 100mm crampon?

Thanks!
12/16/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Katie, the 110mm crampon should work just fine with that 108mm underfoot ski. As for the 102mm underfoot ski you would need to go with the 110mm crampon.
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12/12/2020
Question from Tony
 
Hi! I have two sets of skis - a 108 and 96 waist, both with ATK bindings (108 and 97mm brakes respectively). I was wondering if it makes sense to buy just one set of crampons? Looking at 110mm wide crampons and have them fit both skis. Would that work
12/12/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Tony,

You should be all good with the single set of crampons! You'll have a bit of overhang when the 110mm crampon is on the 96mm ski, but it won't affect the performance.
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12/8/2020
Question from Ben
 
Are these compatible with Marker Alpinist bindings?
12/8/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hi Ben, yes they are!
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11/13/2020
Question from Mafee
 
Can this crampon work well with other brand's binding such as salomon shift MNC13 or not?
11/13/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mafee, these crampons work with many bindings, but unfortunately, the Shift is not one of those!
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11/10/2020
Fes N (used product a few times)
 
Unlike regular splitboard crampons, these weigh less and have a smaller profile so I can attach them to my pack with a carabiner.

Work great with my Dynafit Speed Turn 2.0 toe pieces.
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11/5/2020
Question from Fes N
 
Two questions:
1) Will these crampons work with Dynafit's Speed Turn 2.0 toe pieces?
2) Is the weight listed per crampon or for the pair?

Thanks...
11/5/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Fes,

These will work with your Speed Turns. Also, the mentioned weight on the site is for a single crampon.
11/5/2020
Answer from Fes N
 
Thanks, Will. Ordered just now. :)
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4/23/2020
Question from Rick
 
I have black crow orb. 91 mm at waist. Should I go with 90 or 100
4/23/2020
Answer from Cole P
 
Hey Rick, the 100mm wide crampon will be the size you want. A 90mm crampon will be capable with a ski up to 90mm, after that you have to size up.
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4/22/2020
Question from Michael Dervage
 
Salomon Mtn Explore 95s with Dynafit Radical 2.0 bindings. Which ski crampon will work? Is there a single Dynafit crampon for all Dynafit bindings?
4/23/2020
Answer from Cole P
 
Hello Michael, Dynafit crampons will work with any Dynafit binding that has a crampon receptor. For 95mm wide ski you will want the 100mm crampon.
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4/15/2020
Question from Garth Holmoe
 
Will this crampon fit my HM12 Dynafit binding? I've got the Atomic Backland 109 so I would need them in the 110..??
HELP.. Thanks
4/15/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Garth, thanks for reaching out! They will fit that binding, and the 110mm is the correct size for you!
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3/18/2020
Question from scarlett
 
Hello - I have atomic access skis from 2011/2012. They are 100mm underfoot. Should I get the 100 or 110 ski crampons? Thanks!
3/19/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hi Scarlett,

The 100mm should be perfect! Dynafit ski crampons tend to have a little bit of wiggle room.
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2/27/2020
Question from Jo Seddon
 
Hi- i have the icelandic mystic 97 skis- which size ski crampons should I get?
Thanks!
2/27/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
The 100mm should work well for you!
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2/20/2020
Question from Magdalena Gruendl
 
I have a Dynafit Rotation binding and the Dynafit 90mm crampons, that should fit width-wise. How do I use/mount the crmapons to/with the ski?
2/21/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hello Magdalena, thanks for reaching out! The crampon slot is towards the rear end of the toe piece. Hold the ski crampon vertically, slide the silver metal bar into the crampon slot until the crampon is centered, and then allow the crampon to rotate down and rest on the top sheet of the ski.
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1/31/2020
Question from Alex L
 
Hello, What is the actually outer width of the 100 and 110mm? I know the crampons are wider than the listed inner width. I have M equipment Medijo bindings and trying to fit the crampon between the ski brake and ski sidewall. Thank you.
2/1/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Alex, that's a tough ask! The 100 and 110 'pons measure out at 120 and 125mm external width, respectively (confusing, I know). The 90mm measure out at 97.5 external. Hope you find something that works!
3/21/2020
Answer from Ed H
 
Alex, i just ordered 100mm skis with the Medjo binding. I am planning to use crampons with mine too. Are you aware of the Meidjo crampon interface for attaching Dynafit crampons? if you know of this interface, is there a problem with it?
3/24/2020
Answer from Alexander L
 
Yes I have the clip adapter for crampons on both my bindings as well as brakes. No issues with the adapter other than a little wear on the rubber for the boot sole. The trick to run both is to either get crampons go on the outside of the brakes or between the brakes and the side walls. I waited until I had my skis so I could measure out the clearances
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1/29/2020
Question from Ian Wachters
 
Which ones would you recommend for the VTA 98 skis? 100 should be possible but you have only 1mm space left which seems very tight. Should I better go for the 110?
1/29/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Ian, the 100 will be OK. That size works with 100 mm skis with a hair to clear.
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1/21/2020
Question from tony
 
which crampon for the ski trab mistico's? 90 underfoot. 90 or 100?
1/21/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Tony! You should be good with the 90mm ski 'pon if you're on the 171, 178 or 185 Mistico (90mm or less underfoot) and you're mounted at boot center on the ski. If you want an extra 1mm of clearance, check out the 91mm ATK ski crampon, which is also 27g lighter and looks like a piece of the Batmobile.
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1/10/2020
Question from Boris
 
Will the 110mm fit a Katana VW (112mm) ?
Will they work with an ATK R12 2020 ?
Thanks !
1/11/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Boris, we are not carrying the Katana (we prefer Half Blades to full-length steel) but I would bet the 110mm would be a tad too small. The 120mm version might be better, and would be fully compatible with your ATKs.
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