Dynafit Crampons

Priced: $59.96 - $79.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Dynafit Crampons
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Ski Crampons are like life jackets - you might go years without needing them, but when you do you REALLY need them. For icy or windblown conditions where you just can't get enough edge bite to stick to the slope, the Dynafit Crampons are lifesavers. Compatible with Dynafit and other tech bindings, these ski crampons can be inserted or removed without taking off your skis. These crampons are available in a variety of widths, so make sure you order the size that will fit over the waist of the skis you intend to use. For best penetration of the teeth, use the low or medium climbing levels of your bindings.

Features:

  • Varied widths for seamless use with Dynafit bindings
  • Available for ski widths from 90 mm - 130 mm
Backcountry.com

Sink your teeth in slopeside with the Dynafit Crampons, and feast on alpine goodies with sure-footed security on slick, hard, or icy snow. Attach these toothy crampons quickly and easily to the toe piece of your Dynafit bindings so you can negotiate exposed, steep, or bulletproof routes in the backcountry with safety, energy efficiency, and peace of mind.


Campsaver.com

Crampons perfectly suitable for Dynafit bindings - recommended for ascents on icy or hard snow. Depending on the width of the ski different weight options are offered.


Gearx

Get a grip with these crampons for your Dynafit bindings.


Mountain Gear
It's icy, or the snow is firm and just won't compress.
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Binding Compatibility:Tech (Dynafit)
Weight:4 oz / 102 g (size 100 mm)
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Dynafit Crampons Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These have worked fine -- I'm not sure there's an alternative for Dynafit? -- the few times I have used them. The mid-heel riser will really only work well with these; the highest setting won't really work with these. When you're barely clinging to the side of an icy peak and you still have your skis on your feet, not being in the highest setting won't be the first thing on your mind ... being able to keep your skis on your feet will.
I use the 120mm for a 108 underfoot ski.

Jason Mills at Backcountry.com on 01/29/2014

These Crampons are a great design minimal is the name of the game in my opinion there´┐Żlittle to no setup they just clip in to the bindings and your ready to rock. Come with a carrying pouch to keep things organized. My´┐Żbro was very happy with them thus far.

Leszek Bafia at Backcountry.com on 12/30/2013

so pretty - had to buy

i ordered 120mm (red) for a pair of V8's and they fit great. V8's are 115 under foot. no snow within 100 miles to ski on yet , but still lots of biking to be had.
yo yo dog at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

The Dynafit ski crampon works well, and they are as light as any ski crampon I've seen out there.
However, I strongly recommend modifying them for best use. Unmodified, the crampon only fully bites down when in zero rise walk mode, and by the time you get to high rise you have lost almost all bite in the crampon. I would suggest adding a spacer on top of the two pre-drilled holes. I use a piece of plexi glass or any kind of plastic about an inch thick and just attach with screws or bolts. This way you can get more bite from the crampon when you are in rise mode.
See example below:

William Haas at Backcountry.com on 11/20/2013