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Grivel - G10 Crampon

Grivel G10 Crampon

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$104.96 Original price:$139.95
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    G10 Crampon

    Grivel designed its G10 Crampon for a wide range of uses whether you're mountaineering, ski touring, trekking, traveling across glaciers, or keeping an extra pair for a beginning buddy. Made with Cro-Moly steel, the G10 is lightweight and flexible so it won't add much weight to your pack on an alpine adventure. Its New-Classic attachment system is so easy that Grivel debated whether or not it needed instructions. All you have to do is open the durable Zytel Dupont plastic harness, slide your boot in, and secure it tightly with one pull. This aspect, along with the inexpensive price, makes the G10 an excellent crampon for beginners and experts.

    Another fantastic feature on the G10 is the Active anti-balling system. This system clears snow from your foot every step you make so you get maximum traction on every slippery slope and security when you need it most. With two front points and minimal points underneath the G10, this crampon will suit children and others with smaller feet who don't require as many points as big-footed people. The G10 is fully adjustable thanks to its flex bar, but it doesn't fold over on itself when it comes time to stash it in your pack.

    • Cro-Moly steel
    • New-Classic or New-Matic attachment system
    • Zytel DuPont harness
    • Active anti-balling system
    • Two front points
    • Flex bar
    • One size fits all

    LOVE THESE CRAMPONS- Backcountry boarder

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: WIDE

    These are the best fitting crampons for us bigger guys that ride splits. I am a size 12 boot and these fit just right... I use them mostly on volcano climbs.

    The only MINOR MINOR issue is that they put added pressure on the outside/inside edges around the front and back. Your first trip using them, don't plan on a long distance because it will blister around your Achilles heel and outside toes. They also will put added wear on your boot, which will eventually tear. Once you get past that first use though, they are good to go.

    Just right

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Fully extended they fit perfectly under my size 13 Jones MTB snowboard boots. Stable and secure on frozen snow when it got to steep and icy to skin.

    Thanks so much for the feedback, we really appreciate it. Stoked to hear you had a good trip!

    What binding style did you use ? New classic or new matic? I have size 12 rome boots and i'm wondering if they'll fit.

    Great for hiking up and down glaciers

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got the New-Classic Wide G10s. These worked great with my size 11 Merrell Phaserbound Mid WP hiking boots on a summer backpacking trip to Lyell Glacier. They did a great job on snow, ice and rocks. I did not have to constantly re-adjust them and was pleased with how well they worked for me.

    Up to some serious work

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    At first I was concerned the construction would not withstand a rigorous winter ascent of Mt Blanc. Not only were the crampons great on the ice and snow, they easily withstood the beating they took on exposed rock. Easy to take on and off in cold conditions. Excellent value.

    Perfect for Snowboard boots

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These things are great. Fit perfect with my size 9 snowboard board... light and reliable. Stayed on perfect whenever I used them. Defiantly adds trust and security when skiing big lines....New Classic style. Fits nicely in touring pack.

    Beast

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you need a splitboard crampon, these are the way to go! For Spring conditions in the sierra, booting up chutes and other gnarly stuff, the fit is great and these are burly.

    Mark, which model of the G10 did you get? New-classic or the new-matic? Did you get the wide version. I ride on Thirtytwo xlt jones. Thanks for your input

    Beast

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    If you need a splitboard crampon, these are the way to go! For Spring conditions in the sierra, booting up chutes and other gnarly stuff, the fit is great and these are burly.

    Booting up Suicide Chute with the G10s

      Booting up Suicide Chute with the G10s

      Bites like the fangs on a cobra...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great general mountaineering crampon. Excels on mixed routes and holds an edge. Tough and very strong construction. The crampon is easy to adjust to fit a variety of footwear, the strap/buckle is easy to use even in gloved hands, and the anti-balling plates are solid.



      When adjusted to the size 13 slot they fit my mondo size 29.5 BD Quadrant ski boots as well for skimountaineering.



      I use them chiefly in the Alps. Here ascending the Gouter Ridge above Tete Rousse.

      Bites like the fangs on a cobra...