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The Magix 10 Crampon by Camp USA is a steel crampons designed to significantly reduce balling. Innovative X design with M shaped deflection eliminates the majority of the cross friction that allows snow to build up. Combined with a new lightweight Vibram anti-balling plate and smooth finish, users can hike and climb with absolute security in any kind of snow in any part of the world. Two versions available - 8 points for hiking and 10 points for mountaineering. Accommodates large heels and toes common on snow boarding and insulated winter boots.
FEATURES of the Camp USA Magix 10 Crampon
Engineered to eliminate balling
Accommodates large heels and toes on snowboard and insulated boots
Carrying case and Vibram anti-balling plates included
Mountaineering and Alpine
Rated 4 out of
Decent crampon .... not for "true" ice climbingI use these with winter boots without "welts" for steep Adirondack trails, crampons are decent for non-vertical uses and accomodate my big boots. I don't like the strap system which was too small for my big boots and impossible to use without bare hands. Good if used for non-steep terrain.
Date published: 2010-02-10
Rated 3 out of
DecentI've used these on my size 12 snowboard boots for two seasons and they've held up pretty well. The pin system used to extend the crampons has released on me a few times during climbs, requiring refitting in some non-ideal locations. Wouldn't use these for any technical ice climbing.
Date published: 2011-09-27
Rated 3 out of
so soI've used these on my size 12 snowboard boots for two seasons and they've held up pretty well. The pin system used to extend the crampons has released on me a few times during climbs, requiring refitting in some non-ideal locations. Wouldn't use these for any technical ice climbing.