CAMP Tour Nanotech

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Available with an automatic, semi-automatic, or universal binding system, the CAMP USA Tour Nanotech Crampon is your go-to choice for lightweight traction in the world of snow and ice. The advanced Nanoflex steel undergoes a specialized heat treating process that makes it 30% stronger and 20% harder than traditional stainless steel, allowing for an ultralight crampon design and thinner, sharper points that easily penetrate hard snow and ice.

Fabric:

  • Constructed from proprietary Sandvik Nanoflex® Steel

Fit:

  • Automatic bindings will fit most AT, Tele, and full-rigid platform boots

Sizing:

  • Works on boots sized 36-44
  • CAMP USA recommends using the Tour Nanotech Crampon for boot sizes 10.5 and below, for larger boot sizes use the XLC 490 crampon

Weather and Wind:

  • 10 sharp points easily penetrate hard snow and ice
  • Included anti-balling plates prevent dangerous snow build-up

Features:

  • Sandvik Nanoflex Steel is 30% stronger and 20% harder than traditional stainless steel, allowing for a lower weight and thinner points
  • The lightest steel crampons in the world!
  • Ski Mountaineering
  • 10 points for a compact, hyperlight body
Mountain Gear
By using Sandvik Nanoflex Steel, CAMP was able to make their Tour Nanotech Crampons lighter than standard steel.

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The lightest steel crampons in the world! Sandvik Nanoflex® Steel uses nanotechnology to create a superior metal that is 30% stronger and 30% harder than traditional chromoly steel thereby allowing us to use a thinner cross section (1.8mm) that results in a crampon that is not only lighter, but stronger, more durable and stainless by design. The thinner cross section also creates sharper, thinner points that penetrate hard snow with ease. The automatic binding is compatible with most models of A/T and Tele boots.
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Anti-balling Plates:yes
Binding Type:Hybrid
Boot Size Range:36-47 Mondo
Material:Steel
Number of Points:10
Weight:569 g, 1 lb 4.1 oz
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CAMP Tour Nanotech Review:

Reviews:

NOTE: This review is of the 2012 model. It is unknown if the 2013 model has a different fit. These are too short to fit a normal men's size AT boot. I'm a size 28.5 boot and my Scarpa Maestrale's have a boot sole length of 322mm. The crampons come with a 17.5cm center bar and I don't believe a longer center bar exists, because CAMP USA was also unable to provide me one. CampUSA wanted to hear from me about these crampons but then would not return emails.
My wife decided to use them on her size 24.5 Dynafit Zero4UTF AT boots. They were a little wide but she decided to give them a try. She climbed both Rainier and Adams in them and they came off several times. Not good.
So they're generally too wide for her boots, and they're too short for my boots (but now that I look even if they were long enough the heel tabs would be too wide for any AT boot that I know). We've both resorted to purchasing Grivel Haute Route crampons which fit both small and large perfectly.
They're also waaay too wide for her US8 Montrail Olympus mountaineering boots. If they were long enough to fit my US11.5 Scarpa Triolet mountaineering boots (they're not even close and the toe bail wouldn't work anyway) the width might actually be about right. I really wanted these crampons to work, because I feel the Sandvik steel would outperform other crampons for our intended use, and they are SO LIGHT.
Unfortunately, I can't find a boot anywhere that will fit them.
UPDATE: Backcountry gearguru told me they would accept these as a return. Gotta love a company that stands behind the product they sell! They're still my favorite online retailer.

Kit at Backcountry.com on 07/05/2013