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Dynafit Speed Crampons

Brand: Dynafit
Model: Speed Tracks
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Price: $69.95
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Lighter and more compact than the standard Dynafit crampon, the Speed is built for just that. The crampons have mean looking teeth and more cutouts to save weight. They are shallower in bite so work best with lower riser settings, like those found on race bindings. The Speed Crampon is 78mm wide and weighs 63 grams. It takes up less space than a standard crampon so is great for race packs. Simply slide the crampon into the side your compatible toe piece and let it drop on your ski for extra security when skinning on hard snow.

Question from Tony
anyone use these on an atk or helio binding? do they slide easily into the crampon hook? I have some older Dynafit crampons and they just barely slide into an ATK with considerable effort - would need to sand/dremel/file out the inside of the crampon hook a little bit for it to slide in easily. Is this common for all dynafit crampons matched with atk or do I have an outlier? Thanks
Answer from eric
Tony- Dynafit ski crampons should work with ATK bindings. If yours is not then I would say the receptor is not quite wide enough like you thought. A little persuasion might be needed.
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Question from heidi
do dynafit speed crampon fit 90mm waist of ski
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Heidi! Nope! In the description it says they're only 78mm wide. The 90mm version of this might work though. Might be worth erring on the side of 100mm just to be safe though.
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Question from Ram
Which crampon do you recommend for Hagan Cirus (75 waist) and Hagan x-race skis with Hagan (ATK) race bindings? Will this speed crampon (78mm wide) work okay for both, or should I consider the regular dynafit crampon (80mm wide)?

Thanks! Ram
Answer from jbo
Hi Ram, the Speed Crampon fits either of those skis. It has a more shallow bite, so it's better if you use race bindings or lower riser settings.
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by Jonathan S (downright abused product)
First year for this model's distribution in North America, but I’ve been using these for many years ever since they were first introduced in Europe.

The picture doesn’t make them look that much more compact than the standard models, but in reality they are indeed noticeably more compact in your pack. Yet with the teeth configuration, and a low standheight toe unit combined with a “half-step” heel elevator position (i.e., as on any race or near-race binding), their bite is fine.

Just one caveat: for that perfect bite I added some spacers (from an older Dynafit Speed heelpost add-on kit, same as the newer Speed Turn).
Reply from Eric M
Can you provide more details on the spacer solution you came up with? I just tried out my speed crampons, and with my setup (speed superlite bindings, dynafit evo boots 26.5/289bsl, the teeth barely bite the snow, and definitely need a spacer to push the crampon down. Any details on how to make a spacer, or where to buy parts? I'm curious how significant the weight savings will end up being after you add the nearly-mandatory spacers...
Reply from Jonathan S
As shown in my picture above, the red spacers (and hope that you appreciate my color coordination!) are what Jason calls the "TLT Speed Nubbin" in the binding parts listing. You'll need four total, but you don't need the original attachment hardware.
Instead just visit the hardware stores bins for T-Nuts with Brad hole 6-32 x 1 ¼ plus corresponding machine screws.
Depending on the tolerances, you might need to just barely "kiss" the preexisting holes in the crampons -- but this is like a two-second minor drilling, nothing serious.
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Question from Ute
Hey there,

which crampon goes with the dynafit speed turn binding?

Also, I have crampons for a speed radical binding, would those fit the speed turn binding? Thanks, Ute
Answer from jbo
Hi Ute, all Dynafit crampons will work with all Dynafit bindings. Pick the size based on the width of your ski. For more options, see here.
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