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Petzl Vasak Crampon

Petzl Vasak Crampon is rated 4.666666666666667 out of 5 by 12.
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Product Description Item No.   10036994

The Petzl Vasak Crampons are awesome for general purpose mountaineering, featuring twelve points that ensure maximum traction in all conditions when climbing steep slopes. This Petzl crampon is available in lightweight binding systems for solid boot interface and features points and teeth thoughtfully placed by smart kids to provide kick ass stability and rigidity. Did you know you can put mini candy bars in a cookie to make the cookie even better. True.

FEATURES of the Petzl Vasak Crampon

  • The length of the points is designed for maximum stability without having to high-step
  • Sharp points for great purchase in ice
  • Two wide front points for purchase in snow, reinforced for rigidity
  • Second row of teeth angled towards the front for support when front-pointing
  • Third row of points to optimize bite on hard snow slopes
  • Four teeth for stability while descending face downhill
  • Lateral points for purchase while traversing
  • Linking bar can be set for flexible or semi-rigid modes to adapt the crampon to flexible or rigid boots

- + Product Specifications
Fits Shoe Size: EU 36 - 46 / US 4 - 12
Number of Points: 12
Anti-balling Plate Included: Yes
Weight: 33 oz.
Crampon Material: Stainless steel
Gender: Unisex
Best Use: Mountaineering and Alpine, Travel
Type of Binding: Hybrid
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great all-around, but next time I'll keep the heel-lock option These are great, don't get me wrong. And in the long-run they will be more multiuse than any other crampon option for the backcountry. They work on trail runners, my 'forestry' boots, and my shoulder-season double boots. Multiuse!,,,,However I'm paranoid of heel slip with these, especially on some ice routes (no, not the vertical kind, just the couloir type), so I tighten the over-ankle strap down hard. Sometimes I find this cuts circulation while wearing the softer boots. So it's not ideal but understandable.,,,,For big-mountain, dedicated-footwear applications the heel-lock is the way to go.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great crampons for classic mountaineering. I got two of these, with different binding systems, one with contact strap that is great, i dont have to adjust the straps too often, i used it with some backpacking boots in some alpine style climbs, i have all the reliability of a twelve points crampon with some backpacking boots. the lever-lock are great for serious snow climbing but don´t fit really good in hard plastic ice, making harder the climbing, in mixed terrain are great and fits really good.,,If youre looking for some technical crampons get the grivel g 14 or the petzl sarken.
Date published: 2010-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable, easy to put on, and fit my insulated boots I was searching and searching for a pair of flexible crampons that would fit all of my boots. Petzl and MJ came through. I had to buy the long linking bars (which mj for some reason did not carry. why mj?) for my well endowed feet and voila! Wore these over ice, snow, and rocks and they held up wonderfully. Not for vertical ice, but pretty d@mn close. These things fit so snug they were one with my boot which enabled me to become one with the mountain without having to become part of the mountain.
Date published: 2010-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rock Solid Crampons!! I purchased a set of these for my girlfriend and I. We used them climb Mt. Adams. I was thoroughly impressed. Very easy and quick to put on, the rubber never seemed to get hard. They never loosened up me either, always stayed tight. We never experienced any problems with snow buildup on the bottoms either. I also used them on Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker with the same results. I am a huge Petzl fan, and would buy these again if they somehow wear out or I loose them.
Date published: 2009-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I bought the lever-lock version to use with my Lowa Civetta Extreme boots and because of my boot size (14) I had to also purchase the Petzl's asymmetrical linking bars to extend the size of the crampon. After some fiddling around everything worked perfectly and they comfortably hugged my boot. I am particularly fond of how nearly everything on the crampon can be adjusted and moved around. Overall, I'm very happy with them.
Date published: 2009-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A good general mountaineering crampon I have used the flexlock version of this crampon with various types of boots over the past few years. It works on anything from hiking boots to ski boots. It is easy to put on, stays on, and climbs well. The anti-balling plates work perfect no matter what the snow conditions. I wouldn't recommend these for hardcore waterfall ice (which is not what they are made for), but in all other conditions they work great.
Date published: 2011-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick and easy all around crampon These get the job done on mixed terrain. I did a trip into the Sierras a few year back with strap-on crampons and spent more time putting them on and taking them off as I moved between ice and rock than I did hiking. I did another trip this year with the leverwire crampons and it was just so easy to pop them on and off.
Date published: 2009-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality, No problems Used these crampons on Emmons, Winthrop, and Inter Glaciers. Never had any problems, except that i didn't tie off the excess cord on one and it loosened up and popped off when climbing rock hard frozen snow. Just tuck the excess into your gaiter after you tie them off.
Date published: 2011-07-10
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I am curious if folks set these for rigid vs. articulated for their winter hiking boots (mixed hiking)?  I use a pretty stiff Vasque Snowburban and I am thinking that the flexible fit for the bar might make the boot too sloppy.  Thoughts?

Asked by: Johnnyk
Hey there, For these crampons, I would suggest a boot that has full crampon capability with a front ridge for the toe bar to sit inside of. The Vasque Snowburban boot will have more stability with a toe strap crampon version.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-03-04

can you fit snowboard boots with these?

Asked by: sheebz
Hey there, Thanks for reaching out to us! While I have friends who have used the Petzl Vasak Crampon with their snowboard boots, the best thing you can do is visit your local outfitter and bring the boots. Every boot is different and you want to get the tightest fit between your crampon and boot. There, you can try your boots in a couple of different crampons to see what fits best.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-01-28
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