A B1 compatible walking crampon, forged in Italy by Grivel.
The North Ridge Snowline Crampon, forged in Italy by Grivel, is a C1 rated 10 point walking crampon with the easy-to-use Grivel New Classic Binding system.
- Stainless steel flex bar
- Active Anti Balling system
- 2 front points
- Will fit boot size (Euro) 36-45
- Weight: 25.7oz
- Antibott included
- TUV-CE - conforms to all essential safety and health standards
New Classic Binding system:
An evolution of their Classic binding. Both front and rear plastic harnesses are hinged and may be "opened" to facilitate attachment to the boot, then closed securely. The single strap closure system is extremely simple. Ideal for first time users, it's reliable, quick and easy, but might take up a bit more space in your rucksack.
|Number of Points:
||Ski touring, Traverses, Easy climbs, Classical and technical Alpine routes
|Not Suitable For:
||Ice falls, Goulottes, Modern mixed dry tooling and competition
|To Fit Boots Rated:
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North Ridge Crampon, 14 February 2014
By Sandbagger (North Yorkshire)
Got these as not wanting to pay out a lot on something i don't use a lot but when you need them they can be relied upon.Use them the other day and they took a good battering, worked really well felt confident. Used on ascent and descent of steep ice worked a treat ! Still look like they've not been used. If you are looking for a crampon i think these are worth the money.
Not quite the monta rosa, 06 February 2014
By foneinsic (Nottingham)
I nice crampon engineered by Grivel using very similar base plates and spikes as the monta rosa... however the cradles are bigger and not suited to smaller boot sizes.
North Ridge Snowline Crampons, 03 March 2013
By Robert (Lancashire)
Replace dated pair of crampons with north ridge snowline 2013, not wanting to go with the usual expensive grivel trend. I have used them on most of the big lakeland fells during last 2 months in fairly extreme conditions, even on steep icy descents felt very confident in their ability. After the short seasons usage they are still showing little wear to the spikes.