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    Trango crampons

    Trango - hyper harpoon crampons.
    Bought these last winter for about $200 and have never actually used them. Only put on my boots and tried out and then carried them on a couple of hunts.
    They are what's called a semi-automatic crampon i think, i don't know much about crampons. fully adjustable, Real easy to put on just clip in and then put the strap around the ankle. Come in carry case too. $100

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    serious pair of points on those things. I have 2 sets already but thats a stuning price. Ill take them off your hands. PM my your account details.

    Cheers
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    They look like full-auto rather than semi-auto crampons - I'd call semi-auto the ones with a rear bail and front strap.

    Main thing to be aware of is they need a boot which takes the front bail and has a rigid sole/full shank, that type of crampons aren't suitable for softer boots. Vertical front points, made for steep ice climbing as well as strolling along in the snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robhughes-games View Post
    serious pair of points on those things. I have 2 sets already but thats a stuning price. Ill take them off your hands. PM my your account details.

    Cheers
    Pm sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by GravelBen View Post
    They look like full-auto rather than semi-auto crampons - I'd call semi-auto the ones with a rear bail and front strap.

    Main thing to be aware of is they need a boot which takes the front bail and has a rigid sole/full shank, that type of crampons aren't suitable for softer boots. Vertical front points, made for steep ice climbing as well as strolling along in the snow.
    Yeah i don't know much about them. My sportivas are full shanked and they felt good on there. Cheers for the info

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    If sale falls through I would be keen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    If sale falls through I would be keen
    $ sent. Ps not much ice north of Auckland.

 

 

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