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Fritschi Vipec / Tecton Ski Crampons

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The Fritschi ski crampons offer quick and easy attachment for added bite on icy, technical skin tracks. The use of a rotating adapter will allow you to adjust how deep the crampon bites from each of the three riser settings. Machined teeth ensure great bite in icy-but-punchy snow, and an aluminum construction keeps things light and fast whether on your skis or in your pack. The Fritschi Vipec ski crampons are sold in pairs and are only compatible with Vipec and Tecton bindings. 292g / pair [100mm]

Size Weight Measured Width
90mm 129g 92mm
100mm 146g 103mm
115mm 148g 116mm

Update 2021/22: Fritschi did away with the riser that let you control how deep the crampons would bite. Instead, they made the teeth a little longer to bite deeper when using any of the risers. Overall this saved about an ounce of weight per crampon, which is partially recovered by the inclusion of a carry bag.

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Questions & Reviews

11/18/2022
Question from Peter
 
My skis under the Fritschi Vipec binding is 116 mm.
Will the 115 mm still work?
11/18/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Peter,

Looks like we measured the internal width of the 115mm ski crampon at 116mm. It will be very tight, but it could work depending on how slanted your sidewalls are, and where the crampon ends up on the ski. For confirmation, reach out to help@skimo.co!
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3/31/2022
Question from Grady
 
Do these work with the older model Vipec bindings (not Evo)?
3/31/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
I believe they should work for you just fine, but we do not have that binding available to test for certain!

My understanding is that the Vipec's ski crampon compatibility has not changed as the binding has been updated over the years.
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3/4/2022
Question from Charlie
 
I have skis that are 104mm underfoot, should I get the 115 crampons? Will that be too large?
3/4/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Charlie,

Based on your ski waist width, the 115mm width ski crampons would be your best bet. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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2/13/2022
Question from Andrew
 
I have a pair of 178cm Voile Hyper V6 skis 131/99/111 with the Fritschi Tecton 12 bindings. I've read to be careful not to undersize the ski crampon, but also not to get one that is too big. With a 99mm waist, will the 100mm crampon fit, or would it be safer to go with the 115mm? Since 99mm is the narrowest, couldn't the measurement be wider where my toepiece is mounted?
2/14/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Andrew, the 100mm crampon will work swimmingly.
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1/4/2022
Question from Adam
 
My skis are 102mm waist. Would the 100mm crampon size work or would I need to go up to 115? Thanks!
1/5/2022
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Thanks for reaching out, Adam. These will work just fine on the 102mm waisted ski. Happy skiing!
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12/29/2021
Question from Mark
 
It appears that there are two different images for this crampon. Which one do you have available?
12/29/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mark, the ones labeled 2020/21 in the drop list will have the riser piece. That was removed for this season.
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3/4/2021
Question from Matthew
 
I have Blackcrows Camox Freebirds, 97mm underfoot. From other responses, it seems that you all down-rated the sizes from the BD site to the maximum waist that will work with each size, but not for the 100mm size. Will the 100mm fit on a 97mm ski?
3/4/2021
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Thanks for the question, Matthew. These will definitely fit over those Camox Freebirds with room to spare.
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3/4/2021
Question from Ivan
 
What would be the right size for Atomic Backland 107, 182 length? Should it be 115mm?
3/4/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Ivan, the 115mm ski crampon would be the right size for that Backland 107.
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2/11/2021
Question from Scot H
 
What would be the right size for the current Zero G 95, 178 length?
2/11/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Scot! The 100mm brake would match up quite well with your ski. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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1/31/2020
Question from charlie
 
do you have the 115 size in stock?
1/31/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Charlie, we do have the 115mm in stock! You can select that in the "Crampon Width" drop down menu above the "Add to Cart" button.
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12/31/2019
Question from Parker
 
Do they make a size that would work for a 120mm waisted ski like the Atomic Bentchetler?
1/1/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Parker, I did some looking around and here is what I have dug up. Some companies call the "large" size a 115mm, some 120mm. I also read reviews that said it doesn't fit over a 120mm ski, which explains why we call it a 115mm. Ski crampons do not bend easily or much at all, either, so don't hope to be able to bend these to fit.
1/8/2020
Answer from Parker M
 
Hey Jeff, thanks for looking into that. Is there another option I could use for a wider ski? Do you think the G3 crampon would be able to fit between the toe and heel of the Vipec or Tecton, for example?
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3/16/2019
Question from Germain
 
Hey guys,

Any stock available for the vipec crampons over 105mm ?

Thanks,

Germain
3/18/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Germain, They come in a 115mm which we are currently out of. We will reorder, keep your eye out.
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2/10/2019
Question from Celia Thompson
 
How does the sizing work? I have vipec bindings mounted in a pair of K2 talkback skis that are 96mm underfoot?
2/11/2019
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Celia, the 90mm is more like 93mm, so you'll likely need to bump up to the 115mm!
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5/26/2018
Question from Anthony P
 
Is the $99.95 for one crampon or a pair?
Cheers Anthony
5/26/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Anthony, the price is for a pair.
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2/17/2018
Question from Gary
 
Where should I measure, to make sure I'm ordering the right size ski crampon? Ski width immediately below the toe pins, or pin-to-pin distance, or ???
2/17/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Gary, I'd suggest ordering your crampon based upon the stated waist width of your ski. For example, when selecting a crampon for my Atomic Backland 95, I know that I need a crampon wider than 95mm. Which means I would go with the 115mm in this crampon.
2/17/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Gary, the crampon fits just behind your toe piece so that is the critical width.
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2/9/2018
Question from Fabrizio
 
I have a dynafit Manaslu 181 cm ski with 91 mm waist and Tecton bindings. Do you think the 90 mm crampons would fit or should I go with the 115 mm crampons?
Thanks, Fabrizio
2/10/2018
Answer from I-M
 
Fabrizio, I've checked a few 91mm waist skis with the 90mm crampon and it seems to fit the skis we have. With that I would recommend the 90mm crampon. When measured the inside of the crampon measures between 93-94mm.
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12/8/2016
Question from Gordon
 
A little confused regarding the listed size of the Fritschi crampon listed above. I have a pair of 114mm skis. The Black Diamond website lists a 120mm crampon. You list a 115mm. Did Fritschi change the specs later in the product cycle, or what?
12/9/2016
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Gordon, 115mm is the width at the shoulder and the teeth flair out to 120mm. At 114mm you'll be fine, 115mm is the max, any wider and the crampon won't be able to deploy fully. -Trace
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4/4/2016
Question from Kevin
 
What would be the right size crampon for the Blizzard Zero G 95? Would the 95 work? 115? Thanks in advance.
4/5/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kevin, these come in 90 or 115mm, and the 90s are too skinny for the Zero G 95s.
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