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Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14 Bail X2
Keep your boot from going on climbing adventures of its own with the Grivel G10/AT/G12/G14 Bail X2. Compatible with a wide range of Grivel crampons, the bail holds your boot down so you don’t suddenly find yourself trying to put boulder moves on ice with boots. Yikes.
Grivel G12 Antibott Plate w/ Accordeon – Old 08′
Snow balling up on your crampons keeps your points from penetrating and causes you to loose traction when you need it the most. This problem is annoying at best and dangerous at worst. The Grivel Anitbott Plates for your G12 crampons pop the snow free with each step so you can climb safely.
Grivel G14 Crampon
The incredible versatility and supreme technical performance of the Grivel G14 Crampon make it a favorite for steep ice climbing and burly alpine ascents. Its two vertical front points have excellent ice penetration, and hot-forging makes them strong enough to stand up to repeated bashings on…
Grivel G14 Forged Front Points X4
Tired of kicking ice with dull nubbins’ Give your Grivel G14 crampons some love with the G14 Forged Front Points X4. The same reliable steel construction that came with the original design provides continuity and reliability, just what you need when tackling that frozen waterfall.
Grivel G20 Crampons
The Grivel G20 Crampons use a minimal yet aggressive design to give you an edge on steep ice and mixed terrain. The third points point backward to help you hook pillars and keep you locked in on overhanging rock. Grivel went with a full step-in design for speed and security.
Grivel G22 Crampon
Grivel took its revolutionary G20 crampon, celebrated for its unprecedented lightness and quick-climbing, technical design, and added a second front point for versatility when contacting the ice. The result is the semi-rigid Grivel G22 Crampon. The G22 comes with either a Cramp-O-Matic binding…
Grivel Haute Route Ski Matic Crampon
With a bombproof, touring-boot-compatible design, the lightweight Grivel Haute Route Ski Matic Crampon lets intrepid ski mountaineers access high alpine terrain from the Sierras to the Alps. This 10-point crampon takes over when the ski track peters out and steep snow and ice are the task at hand.