Black Diamond Sabretooth Pro Crampon

Black Diamond Sabretooth Pro Crampon is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 10.
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Product Description Item No.   10090553

Black Diamond’s best all-around crampon, the Sabretooth features a lightweight stainless steel design.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Sabretooth Pro Crampon

  • Distinctive stainless steel construction is lightweight, durable, resists snow balling and won't rust
  • Versatile horizontal frontpoints and more technical secondary points
  • Low-profile micro-adjust heel bail with two positions
  • Pro version accommodates boots with a toe welt
  • Clip version features flexible toe strap for boots without a toe welt
  • Includes dual-density ABS

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Weight: 33 oz
Head Material: Stainless Steel
Best Use: Climbing
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy these! Much better underfoot points (12 of them) than any other crampon design, especially sport 'pons, so not only does it climb snow well, it excels at French technique or any other situation where one is not strictly front pointing. The shape of the front and rear rails is really one of the best features.,,,,Great antibots combined with that slippery stainless make it very good for avoiding balling underfoot. I was surprised at how compact these are when packed up and the safety straps secure these well when carried. One gripe was the steel toe strap on the step in binding, but that went first. ,,,,And yes they look pretty slick!
Date published: 2010-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BD Sabretooth Pros w/ Sportiva Nepals Prior to using the BD Sabretooth Pros I had been using Grivel G10's. Although the BD are noticeably heavier, switching from Chromoly to stainless steel construction is nice. One distinct feature is the adjustable front and rear bails, by adjusting them you can lengthen the front points, where as the G10 bails are fixed in one position. Adjustable bails front and rear allow you to really fit your crampons to your boots. In addition to the custom fit, the BD's include the AB plates.The center bars are stout, straps are top notch, and the rear clips are bomb proof. Spend the extra cash for a great all condition crampon.
Date published: 2010-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doesn't get any easier Recommended by a friend who, in the meantime, lent me a pair of old circa 1980s leather strap crampons. Yeah, OK anything is better than old leather straps, safety reasons an obvious point. But I finally sprung for these and they work great. They take less than a minute to put on. I don't do technical climbing so these may be a little overkill but on the ice flats and steep trails they worked perfect. They're beefy and sturdy on my Scarpa Invernos. The antibott plates kept the snow from packing in which was awesome since my old leather pair required constant clearing which is a %*@#% PAIN.
Date published: 2010-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overkill Crampons Ever doubt if your crampon is up to the task of ice climbing, walking on rock, climbing on rock, or jaunting across a glacier? Owning a pair of these suckers will buy you peace of mind; from CA to CO to AK, or to Patagonia, the Alps, and the Himalayas, they can do it all. Upgraded from a pair of BDEL Contact strap-ons, and this year's stainless steel model is actually lighter by eight friggin' ounces. If you're unsure whether or not your boots will fit the pro clip version (needs more toe welt), just buy the strap-on version. That way you can also wear overboots without much problems.
Date published: 2010-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good expedition crampon This is the crampon to get for a trip where you might get a little of everything. Yes, there are better vertical ice crampons. Yes, there are lighter aluminum crampons. But these fill the versatility spot. Also, BD has beefed up the heel piece that suffered from a pretty significant design flaw in older models and of course made it lighter. Do note that if you have a large foot or will be wearing overboots, you'll likely need the longer center bar.
Date published: 2010-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, okay fit The quality is on par with the price, but most people will simply cinch down their crampons and say they fit. Not all boots are made the same, and the same boot in different sizes will also differ. Put on your boots and crampons, tighten them, dig your toe into something solid, and try moving your boot around. If it moves within the toe bail even a millimeter, the fit is poor. Black Diamond's response to my emails was this: "You can certainly manipulate the toe bail by bending it a tad bit, just no radical bending." Others have mixed and matched toe bails from other crampons/brands to achieve a better fit, but that can get expensive if the manufacturer doesn't offer individual replacement toe bails. I am still satisfied with the product, just take care your fit is appropriate. -- I use these with Scarpa Mont Blanc in EU 44, US 10.5
Date published: 2014-02-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from nice quality and sturdy, wish it works better with gloves I used it for vertical ice climbing in upper michigan this year and they worked out great. One thing you may pay attention to is the device in the rear that you close to lock onto your boost, don't get your finger in the way, otherwise the sudden impact...ouch. It's not that easy to adjust with gloves on, so you'd make sure the screw adjustment is in right position before going out into the cold weather.
Date published: 2010-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best all around crampon. This crampon is the best for steep snow and alpine ice. I have literally done side by side comparisons with the cyborg and this crampon is better for steep snow/alpine ice, and almost the same on vertical water ice. The only time you are missing out here is if you like to climb mixed and prefer a monopoint.
Date published: 2012-12-18
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