CAMP XLC Crampon

Priced: $149.90 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
CAMP XLC Crampon
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Color: 470
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Boasting the lightest weight of any 12-point crampon available, the aluminum Camp XLC Crampon is built to give you secure footing while you travel over hard snow and ice. Available with an automatic, semi-automatic, or universal binding, there is an XLC to suit your needs whether you're in pursuit of backcountry powder or bagging snow-covered peaks.


  • Constructed from durable 7075 aluminum, the XLC weighs in at just a pound per pair, making them among the lightest 12-point crampons available


  • 3-D shaped frame increases performance and strength


  • XLC 390 features an automatic binding for stiff mountaineering, AT, and telemark boots
  • Although sturdy, aluminum crampons are not suited for steep ice climbing or intense mixed terrain
  • XLC 470 features a semi-automatic binding for semi-rigid mountaineering boots with a toe welt
  • Wear indicators on the side points let you know when it's time for a replacement
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CAMP XLC Crampon Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

From a wall of crampon choices this is the one crampon I use most fo the spring and summer for moderate objectives in my TLTs and mountain boots. My go to lwt crampon now for a few years. They have some limitations. Just pay attention and stay off the rocks and scree with them and they alast a long time on stiff boots.

Dane at on 11/04/2013

My go to crampon for splitboard mountaineering. I use in conjuncture with dynafit tlt5 boots. great fit and perfect for general ski mountaineering use.

Dan Gates at on 12/17/2012

Good lightweight crampon. That is light to carry for ski touring and ski moutaineering trips.
Fits well over ski touring boots.

Mike Traslin at on 04/08/2013

Negative Reviews:

I have the 490s. Thought a ultralight pair of 12 points could be cool. Loaded them up with the rest of the gear the night before. Pulled them out to when I hit ice. The front plastic toe harness was broken. Splinted them w/ duck tape, but never felt solid on that foot. Turned a moderate approach into a sketchy situation. I'll be returning them and I do not recommend them. Never broke a pair of Black Diamond crampons.

jcl2519272 at on 12/16/2012

Neutral Reviews:

I use this for general ski mountaineering and its a great fit, even handled some vertical ice. I use these as my go to crampons but would pick up some steel ones to take on more extended serious trips.

Bill Porreca at on 01/29/2013