4/13/2016
Question from Pete
 
Will the 100mm crampons fit on a Dynafit Denali 184mm with 99mm waist?
4/13/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Pete, yes they will unless you have really big feet.
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4/4/2016
Question from Gavin W
 
I just ordered a pair of Dynafit Cho Oyu skis and skins from you guys--stoked to get them out for some PNW spring skiing! But, darnit, I forgot to order ski crampons... My skis are the 166 length and supposedly they are 87mm underfoot. Just wanted to check that the 88mm crampon (Blue 12/13) will work. Obviously the specs say is 1mm wider than the ski...and they are both Dynafit so measurements should be consistent...but I figured it wouldn't hurt to double check :-). Thanks! -Gavin
4/4/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Gavin, unfortunately those rub a little bit due to the ski being a bit wider where the crampon sits.
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3/16/2016
Question from Pete
 
Will this crampon work on Dynafit third generation model binding? (yes I know they are very old but the handmade love still works and fluorescent colors). Skiing with a 100mm ski.
3/16/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Pete, we don't have one on hand to verify but the interface hasn't changed much recently.
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3/15/2016
Question from Manan
 
I have Rossignol Soul 7 188 cm (with waist width 108mm) and I use it with a Dynafit Radical ST 2.0 binding and a Scarpa Maestrale RS boots. Is 110mm a good size for the crampons?
3/15/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Manan, yes that will work.
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3/6/2016
Question from Bob
 
You say "This can also be remedied by adding spacers on top of the crampons". Do you sell these spacers? If not, do you know where I can purchase them?

Thanks.
3/6/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Bob, that is a DIY project. Some folks will use TLT Speed Nubbins.
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3/3/2016
Question from David W
 
How about 88 mm crampons on a G3 Zenoxide 88?
3/3/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi David, unfortunately those would be too tight.
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2/24/2016
Question from Joe Szasz
 
I have a pair of 90mm's. Do see any reason why I shouldn't use these with a pair of Atomic Ultimate 65's?
2/24/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Joe, it can work reasonably well, though extra width can put torque on your crampon receptor, which can bend depending on binding model.
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2/18/2016
Question from Doug
 
Hi, I have a Carbon Convert and a BD Carbon Megawatt. The Convert is 105 at the waist, and the Megawatt is 120 at the waist. Will the 120 crampon fit the Megawatt or do I need the 130? And I'm assuming I need the 110 for the Convert, is that right?
2/18/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Doug, the 120 will be close, and will depend on the size of your boot. Worth a shot. The 110 is a definite on the Convert.
2/24/2016
Answer from Doug A
 
Hi, thanks for the answer. I got the 130 for the Carbon Megawatt and the 110 for the Carbon Convert.

The 110 slides very easily on the Carbon Convert (with Speed Radical Dynafit binding), and slides right off as needed. Very slick.

However, the 130 takes a ton of sliding, twisting, and pushing to get both on and off the Carbon Megawatt (with ST Radical Dynafit binding). None of this has to do with side clearance, but simply how easy (or crazy difficult) the crampon is to slide on and off in the slots.

Any tips for me? I would hate to have to wrestle that thing once I'm up on the mountain. I'm not really wanting to carry a rubber mallet (what I literally has to use the first time on and off).
2/24/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Doug, does your ST toe plate have a little plastic wall behind the receptor? You can bend that back or remove it altogether.
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2/2/2016
Question from Ethanc
 
Is there any functional difference between the 12/13 88mm and current 90mm versions? (Will be using on 82mm ski)
I'm using with Vertical ST bindings. Do I need to add anything to be able to attach the crampon?
2/2/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ethanc, no functional difference, just skinnier by about 4mm. No problem on a 82mm ski with Vert STs.
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1/25/2016
Question from JvR
 
Anothering sizing-Q:
Would the 90mm's fit smoothly on a Movement Response X (185, so 89mm) mounted for a 314mm boot? Or should I upsize to 100mm?

1/25/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi JVR, yes the 90s will work with that boot and ski.
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