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Dynafit Crampons 100mm Orange Overview 2022 Winter
Recommended price £58.24
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Marker Crampons 113 - patin ski 106mm Overview 2022 Winter
£53.67
Dynafit Crampons 90mm Bleu Overview 2022 Winter
Recommended price £58.24
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Marker Crampons Pintech 90mm Overview 2022 Winter
£62.63
Dynafit Crampons 110mm Black Overview 2022 Winter
Recommended price £58.24
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Plum Crampons 100mm Noir Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£61.82
Plum Crampons 110mm Bleu Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£61.82
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Salomon Crampons 1x2 Shift SH120 OverviewSalomon Crampons 1x2 Shift SH120 Back French Days
£62.63
Dynafit Crampons 80mm Vert Overview 2022 Winter
Recommended price £58.24
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Plum Crampons 90mm rouge Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£61.82
G3 Crampons Ion Crampon's 95mm OverviewG3 Crampons Ion Crampon's 95mm Back French Days
£89.51
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Marker Crampons Pintech 80mm Overview 2022 Winter
£62.63
Fritschi Crampons Xenic 85 Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£62.63
Fritschi Crampons Xenic 95 Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£62.63
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ATK Crampons 108mm Overview 2022 Winter
£62.63
Dynafit Crampons 120mm Rouge Overview 2022 Winter
£62.63

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Plum Crampons 120mm Vert Overview French Days 2022 Winter
£61.82
Marker Crampons 128 - patin ski 120mm Overview 2022 Winter
£53.67
Dynafit Crampons 130mm Gold Overview 2022 Winter
Recommended price £62.63
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£58.15

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ATK Crampons 86mm Overview 2022 Winter
£53.67
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ATK Crampons 97mm Overview 2022 Winter
£62.63
ATK Crampons Crampon 102 Mm - Sans Overview 2022 Winter
£61.82
ATK Crampons Crampon 91mm - Sans Overview 2022 Winter
£52.86
Marker Crampons Duke Pt 105mm Overview 2022 Winter
£80.55
Marker Crampons Duke Pt 125mm Overview 2022 Winter
£80.55
G3 Crampons Ion Crampon's 105mm OverviewG3 Crampons Ion Crampon's 105mm Back French Days
£89.51

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Buyer’s guide for touring ski crampons

This little accessory may seem useless and you may carry them most of the time without using them, but when you need them and take them out, they can save your day (and more). When the skins tend to grip less, just put them under the ski binding, they’ll bite the snow and provide added traction, making sure you reach the top safely.

How do ski touring crampons work?

Ski touring crampons are made of aluminium which is a material well known for its lightweight and its durability. They feature some claws that grip on snow surface like nothing else, ensuring optimal traction through difficult sections of your tour.

Every manufacturer has developped their own models, each having particular specifications.

Originally, crampons were directly attached to the ski, they were fixed meaning that you had to lift the ski for every step. It was more walking than gliding.

Then, Dynafit released the half-mobile crampons that you could use just when you need them. They are attached to the ski, just like the previous models, but there is a hinge allowing the crampons to pivot when the ski glides forward. No need to lift the ski anymore. It feels more natural and it is less tiring.

With Diamir, we have the mobile crampons. Take them out when traction gets sketchy with only skins on. They are attached under the tip of the boot and follow your motion. On every step, the crampons dig into the snow and grip hard. Diamir even improved this technology and designed the Axion crampons, suited for everyone including beginners. You can keep them mounted all day long as they have two positions. Active, with the ‘claws’ pointing downwards, or inactive with the crampons upside down. You can switch from one to the other in seconds meaning you’re always ready when the terrain gets rough.

When do you need to put the crampons on the skis?

In all cases, ski touring crampons help climbing when it is steep and they are needed when skins tend to skid. It is designed to provide traction on icy terrains or hard snow but this doesn’t mean you can face a vertical slope made of ice! You will need more high alpine crampons and icepicks, and it becomes another sport.

What type of crampons should you buy?

Each manufacturer has crampons that work with bindings from the same brand. This makes the choice pretty easy, just pick the crampons adapted to your ski width.

Discover our wide selection of ATK, Diamir, Dynafit, Fritschi, G3, Marker, Plum, Salomon ski crampons.