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C.A.M.P. Tour Nanotech – Automatic  Skiing Mountaineering
Tour Nanotech – Automatic
The lightest steel crampons in the world! Sandvik Nanoflex® Steel uses nanotechnology to create a superior metal that is 30% stronger and 20% harder than traditional chromoly steel thereby allowing us to use a thinner cross section (1.8mm) that results in a crampon that is not only lighter, but stronger, more durable and stainless by design. The thinner cross section also creates sharper, thinner points that penetrate hard snow with ease. The automatic binding is compatible with most models of A/T and Tele boots. NOTE. Due to the decreased size of the front platform, we recommend this crampon for boots up to size US 10.5. For larger boots, we recommend a 12 points model such as the XLC 390.

- The lightest steel crampons in the world!
- Constructed from proprietary Sandvik Nanoflex® Steel
- Automatic Binding fits A/T and Tele boots
- 10 points for a compact, hyperlight body
- Anti-Balling Plates included
- Available also with semi-automatic and universal versions
- Weight: 560 g (no antibott), 630 g (with antibott)

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