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Camp USA XLC 390 Crampon

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Product Description Item No.   10085743

The XLC 390 Crampon by Camp USA is the lightest 12 point crampons in the world. Absolutely perfect for competitive ski mountaineering and glacier travel. Not suitable for ice climbing or intensive mixed terrain. Innovative stamped construction on the front platform distributes pressure applied to one point across the entire platform significantly increasing the strength and durability of the crampon. Available in three binding styles. For telemark or A/T boots, use the XLC 390 with automatic binding.

FEATURES of the Camp USA XLC 390 Crampon

  • The lightest 12-point crampons in the world!
  • 3-D pressed frame maximizes strength and performance
  • Automatic bindings fit most rigid mountaineering, A/T, and telemark boots
  • CC4U wear indicators on the side points show when it is time for replacement
  • Optional Vibram anti-balling plates (18106 - sold separately)

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Best Use: Skiing, Mountaineering and Alpine
Weight: 18.4 oz.
Carabiner Material: Aluminum
Type of Binding: Step-in
Fits Shoe Size: EU 36 - 47 / US 4 - 12
Number of Points: 12
Anti-balling Plate Included: No
Crampon Material: Aluminum
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Will these fit my tele boots? (Scarpa T2, Mondo 29.0)

Asked by: Johnno
Hiya Johnno, thanks for your question! Yes, this crampon is compatible with A/T and telemark boots. Keep in mind that it is not suitable for ice or steep climbing. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2018-05-01
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