1/6/2018
 
Hey Eric! We have a boat load of options and most of them tend to fit pretty well actually, we haven't found any compatibility issues with the F1 and any crampons. If you plan to be booting on snow almost exclusively and don't plan on doing a ton of pure ice and rock beyond just a quick scramble then the Petzl Leopard or Camp Race 290 are sweet! Otherwise the Camp XLC NanoTech is a great light 'n fast crampon where you may encounter more than just snow and the Petzl Irvis Hybrid and Grivel SkiMatic 2.0 are ...
1/6/2018
 
Hey sbf! Kingpin shims are indeed sold out, however we place refill orders pretty regularly so if you're interested in getting a pair let me know and I'll see what we can do! Screw length is a pretty straightforward topic but depends on exactly which shim you end up with! One easy way to solve the dilemma is to measure the length of the standard mounting screws you have and then add the thickness of the shim to that length!
1/5/2018
 
Hey Dan! Unfortunately not at the moment and we possibly won't see any more the rest of the season. Let me know if you'd like us to get one for you and we can send it your way!
1/5/2018
 
Hey Ron! That's a negative, the hole patterns are likely going to be way off.
1/5/2018
 
Hey Cecilia! Thanks for reaching out! I've got some good news and bad news for you! The bad news is that I don't have any stand alone adjustment plates for them (unless you're looking to replace the brakes, in which case I do, find them here). The good news is that I don't think you need an adjustment plate anyways as all of the ION bindings come with a built in adjustment track on the heel piece! It's adjusted via the Phillips screw at the bottom of the baseplate near the top sheet of the ski.