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Grivel Rambo IV Crampons

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Weight2 lb 13 oz

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Grivel Rambo IV Crampons
4.5 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.


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Review by Keese on Nov. 05, 2007
Same as the old Rambo Comp except with all adjustments controlled from one point. The added heel spur joins the rear facing tertiary points for those crazy moves, and the built in anti-balling plates make this crampon usable for those long snow approaches or mountain issues.
Still not the wide stance of Saberteeth on glaciers, and the heel spur will add to all the other points you and your pants want to avoid.
Petzl Dart, BD Cyborg


Cred: 195
Review by toclimb on Nov. 28, 2007
Have used this crampon for one season and love it. much easier to adjust than previous models. works incredibly well. out of the box I cut myself on the front point. the rambo crampon drew first blood.
one of my big incentives to buy this crampon was the spur. so one of my first forays out we went to vail and went to the belfry to climb esmeralda. the challenge with the spur is that it doesn't stick far enough out past the heel lever so that you can heel hook. No bat hanging??? Needless to say I ended up purchasing a pair of fruit boots. also the plastic antibot plate has never seated correctly in the bottom of the crampon.
I wouldn't say that there is an alternative. I'll keep climbing on these crampons great for steep ice.
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