Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampon

Priced: $199.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampon
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Color: Stainless
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The Cyborg by Black Diamond is a high-end ice and mixed climbing crampon with a lightweight stainless steel design.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampon.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampon.

Fabric:

  • Distinctive stainless steel construction is lightweight, durable, resists snow balling and won't rust

Fit:

  • Low-profile micro-adjust heel lever offers precision fit
  • Low-profile heel adjuster dials in the perfect fit

Hood:

  • Hooded front points increase shear resistance in hard snow
  • Adjustable, hooded frontpoints and aggressive secondary points

Weather and Wind:

  • Anti-balling plates keep snow from sticking to the bottom

Straps:

  • Clip version features flexible toe strap for boots without a toe welt

Features:

  • Front points can be set up in mono or dual mode
  • Includes dual-density ABS
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The Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampons' movable front points give you the versatility to handle anything from WI6 pillars to M10 roofs to three-day alpine routes. This technical crampon’s adjustable, hooded front points are backed up by aggressive secondary points for added stability on steep ice. The Cyborg also features stainless steel construction for low weight, increased durability, and protection against rusting.
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Weight:2 lbs 6 oz / 1.08 kg
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Black Diamond Cyborg Clip Crampon Reviews:

Reviews:

I purchased these crampons primarily for vertical waterfall ice. I had previously been climbing with a pair of crampons which had horizontal front points and decided that the vertical front points would hold the ice better. I was correct in my assumption. My feet feel more secure with the Cyborgs and as a result my climbing has improved.
The reason I only gave the crampons 4 stars is that I haven't been able to get a tight, secure fit with the crampon. After a couple of climbs the "clip" on the front which is secured with the strap loosens which allows the crampon front points to become crooked. If I stop climbing and retighten the straps they seem to remain straight. Bottom line is that they don't secure as well as those with a front bail. Even given this problem I'm satisfied with their performance. I have a small foot (7.5) so I may just be inbetween secure fittings.

WingMan at Backcountry.com on 02/19/2011

These crampons are a great match with the La Sportiva Trango S EVO GTX mountain boots, and are an awesome tool for those whose footwear lacks a front welt. These fit my size 12 boots with plenty of room to spare. Easy to step into and put on, they are quick to adjust if you want to share with a friend. The anti balling plates work very well when moving between ice climbs and most importantly, these crampons kick very nicely into the ice.

James Cooper at Backcountry.com on 02/09/2011

Tried out several different brands/types and these seemed the easiest to get on and the sturdiest. They new stainless makes a big difference in weight but it will mean less durability. If you're looking to put in a lot of miles quickly, stainless may not be for you. Overall, great crampons.

Nicole Heckmann at Backcountry.com on 04/16/2010

love the stainless. the anti ballin plate rocks. best crampon on the market

Kid Epic Wyoming at Backcountry.com on 03/01/2011