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Dynafit TLT7 Crampon Adapter

Brand: Dynafit
Model: TLT7 Crampon Adapter
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The only drawback to the Speed Nose on the Dynafit TLT7 boots is that it doesn’t support crampons with automatic toe bails (the simple wire that wraps around the toe welt). The solution is to get a semi-automatic crampon, or modify your auto with this adapter. Remove the simple wire bail and replace it with this gizmo that fits into the toe fittings and securely wraps over the top of the boots. The mod is rated at easy to moderate difficulty, depending on whether the bail on your crampons is designed to be removed. Enjoy all the benefits of Speed Noses and automatic crampons attachments with the TLT7 Crampon Adapters. Sold in pairs.

3/27/2018
Question from jwcarey
 
I have a pair of the adapters now and am trying to fit them to Camp XLC 390 crampons. The adapter seems to be too narrow to me (I would have to bend it out, awkwardly, to fit the holes for the crampon bails). Does anyone know if this model is actually compatible? Dynafit says that Camp crampons are compatible...
3/27/2018
Answer from James C
 
I think I answered my own question. It is kind of a force fit after screwing in one side. Screwing in the other side seems to form it into place. It looks fine. Will test it this weekend.
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2/1/2018
Question from Cully
 
Hey, I am strongly considering the TLT7 as my new backcountry boot. But I have some concerns about this crampon adapter. I worry that it won't work as well as a traditional boot crampon. I primarily use my set up to climb and ski Mt Hood. Functional crampons are a must and failure could be annoying at best, and very dangerous at worst. Has anyone had experience with crampons and this adapter? It's a lot of $$ to invest if it doesn't end up working out. Thanks!!
2/2/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Cully, we've had a number customers with your concerns. This crampon adapter has worked very well for a lot of people. If you really doubt it, you can always go with a semi-auto crampon. I've found that the CAMP XLC Nanotech with the semi-auto bail fits the TLT7 very well and entirely secure.
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11/4/2017
Question from Luke P
 
What Crampon would you recommend to pair with this adapter. Used for ski mountaineering in Colorado. Im have the TLT7 Exp. All my crampons are beat up...
11/5/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Luke! The compatibility is pretty much unmatched with these things, we've been really impressed and haven't seen anything that hasn't worked with it yet. As for the crampon itself, it kind of depends on exactly what you're looking for. If you're bashing them on rocks and ice all the time, but want a lightweight crampon, the Petzl Irvis Hybrid Crampon is seriously impressive. If you just find yourself booting up couloirs and occasionally scrambling around on rocks for a minute or two, we have all fallen in love with the lightweight and extremely compact Petzl Leopard.
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6/26/2017
Question from Youyou Wu
 
Do they work with Petzl Irvis Leverlock?
6/26/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Youyou! Absolutely, but I think the Irvis comes with Petzl's flexible toe bail, doesn't it? If it does then just use that, it'll function the same!
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5/30/2017
Question from Chris
 
Will these fit Black Diamond Sabretooth Crampons?
5/30/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Chris! Thanks for reaching out! In theory, yes absolutely as long as you're willing to modify your crampon to a certain extent, but we haven't tried that exact crampon combo yet so we're not sure. The good news is that we haven't found a crampon that it doesn't work with yet! Some of the toe bails aren't designed to be removed, but it looks like the Sabretooth crampons shouldn't have any issues as the toe bail pivots.
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2/4/2017
Question from Mike
 
I have seen two versions of this product? Is this the newer version? Do you have a weight for this? Thanks!
2/9/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, this is the only version that has hit production. The adapters weigh 28 grams per foot, including the hardware.
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