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Serac Crampon

$169.95

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A 12-point crampon with a lightweight stainless steel design, the Serac features versatile horizontal frontpoints and stable secondary points. Available in a Pro, Clip and Strap version.
Item# BD4000360000ALL1
$169.95

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  • Color
    Stainless

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Description

A lightweight, 12-point crampon built for the variable, moderate terrain of classic mountaineering routes, the Black Diamond Serac crampon is available in three different configurations for maximum versatility with any type of mountain boot. Horizontal frontpoints provide secure bite in icy steps, while the serrated secondary points add more stability than the Sabretooth in steep snow and neve. The Serac's light and durable stainless steel design won't rust, resists snow balling and is free from toxic coatings that wear off in the mountains.

  • Distinctive stainless steel construction doesn't rust, is more durable, resists snow balling and saves weight
  • Versatile horizontal frontpoints and more stable secondary points
  • Low-profile micro-adjust heel bail with two positions
  • Pro version is for technical boots
  • Clip version is for boots without a front toe welt
  • Strap version is for use with trekking boots
  • Includes dual-density ABS
TYPES OF CRAMPONS

TYPES OF CRAMPONS

PRO: Our most secure and adjustable system featuring a full step-in design for rigid-sole boots with both a toe and heel welt. 
CLIP: A hybrid system with a toe strap and rear heel bail, designed for appropriate boots with a heel welt. 
STRAP: Flexible toe and heel attachments for use with approach shoes or non-technical mountain boots.

 

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   [Clip] 938 g (2 lb 1 oz)
Size :   One size fits 36-46. 46+ will require our long center bar.
Materials :   Stainless steel

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Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by one tough piece of gear i wore these during a mountaineering school, we climbed in snow, some ice, and multipitch rock. the points held up extremely well, they dulled very little on the rock. i took them to Ecuador after that as well for some glacier work. they weigh a little less than the Sabertooth, but still a great all around crampon. i did some ice climbing in them but i think the Cyborg would be better suited for that. October 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worked well for me. I'm pretty new to mountaineering and alpine climbing, and living in the Southeast means I don't get into the mountains as much as I like. So, this is my first pair of crampons. Given that, I don't have that much useful input except that they worked well for me in the Wind River Range this summer. The stainless stays rust-free, I didn't get any snow balling up, and they worked really well on snow and ice. Much of the time the snow was really too soft and wet for good grip, but they worked really well on the firmer, icy areas. I went with the strap version, so I could use them on my boots or approach shoes, and the adjustment system is really fast and easy. The strap version is plenty secure. They don't move around at all, even when kicking into hard ice. They show very little wear. I'm looking forward to using them this winter on some more vertical ice. I went with the Long Flex Center Bar because my feet are huge, and I wanted to be able to use them on both stiff boots and approach shoes. I'm pretty sure you'll need the Long Center Bar for anything over size 10 or so. My buddy got some Contacts, and his were darn near adjusted all the way out (with regular bar) on his 9-10 La Sportiva Evos. I wear a 15, and the Seracs fit with room to spare with the Long Flex Bar. I'd guess it would fit up to a 16-17. Despite us bigfoots being neglected by the boot industry, it's nice to see BD making Crampons that fit. September 17, 2013
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