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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1/17/2016
Question from Simon
 
Have movement fish pro skis with following markings R 24 N 98/93 W 65 T 79 fitted with Dynafit TLT speed radical bindings .
Measured the width of ski form underside edge ro edge and get 70 mm . What size crampon do u recommend
1/17/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Simon, either the 80s above or the speed crampons.
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12/31/2015
Question from Deva
 
Think the 88mm from 12/13 will fit the Fischer Transalp 88 (14-15)?
12/31/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Deva, unfortunately not quite. The 90s will though.
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10/20/2015
Question from Robert mikkelsen
 
I have skitrab freedom 90, 178cm skis. Do I choose 90 or 100 mm? Thanks
10/20/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Robert, the 90s should work great, thanks.
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7/8/2015
Question from Cristian M
 
Hello. I need to buy ski crampons. I have skis rando dynastar alti 79 (162 / 114-79-102 / ) with Dynafit TLT Radical ST Randonee Bindings. Will the crampon size 80 fit correctly or I must get the 90?. 80 is better than 90?
7/9/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Cristian, 80 is the way to go. They are a couple mm wider than listed so they should fit perfectly.
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6/8/2015
Question from Gerard
 
Hello.
I have a pair of skis Movement Black Apple 177 (width 80mm). Will the crampon size 80 fit correctly or i must get the 90?
Thanks!
6/8/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Gerard, the 80s should work for you as they measure more like 82mm in order to accommodate the curvature of the ski near your toe piece.
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4/27/2015
Question from Luke
 
Ordered a splitboard whose specs look like a 132mm fit. Would the 130mm work or will it nic the side of the splitboard? Will use dynafit (or dynafit compat) toe pieces for tour mode.
4/27/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Luke, it will be close. The crampons are ~2mm wider than listed to account for the curvature of a ski. I would measure the actual width of the board at the location you expect to mount the toe.
4/27/2015
Answer from Luke H
 
Ok - it comes in tomorrow. If it's 132mm exactly, should I still try it? I imagine I could shave a little of the inside and/or bend it very slightly? The only other option I see is the B&D 135mm but these are much lighter and the B&Ds are not as stuff from what I've read (and they look like S).
4/27/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hey Luke, yeah they are workable in that case. After an edge grind they will fit great :)
4/27/2015
Answer from Luke H
 
Was thinking grinding the inside of the crampon .5 or so mm on each side. But I don't even know how to grind or what I'm talking about :). I'll start by measuring once my board comes in and go from there, thanks for the responses.
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