Crampons for Hiking
Boots 14 Teeth
25 mm BRS1425


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Our 14 teeth crampons for hiking boots will keep you stable on your feet when trekking through ice. They are made from high quality components using materials designed for cold temperatures. These crampons don’t just look good, they are made to last and keep you safe.

Crampons for Hiking Boots Specifications

  • Model number: BRS1425.
  • Brand: BRS.
  • Size: US 6 -12 and EU 36 -45.
  • Number of spikes: 14.
  • Spike length: Up to 25 mm.
  • Thickness of spikes: up to 2.75 mm.
  • Material: Stainless steel rivets, cold resistant TUP plastic, nylon straps with high density manganese spikes.
  • Weight including storage bag: 1000 grams.

Why should you use crampons when hiking above the tree line?

The tree line is the point above which trees cannot grow. This is usually due to the lack of moisture and the increased exposure to wind and sun. Above the tree line, the terrain is often rocky, icy, and exposed. This can make hiking dangerous, especially if you are not properly equipped.

Crampons are metal spikes that attach to your boots. They provide traction on icy and snowy surfaces, which can help you to avoid slipping and falling. Crampons are especially important when hiking above the tree line, where the conditions can be treacherous.

When choosing crampons, it is important to consider the type of terrain you will be hiking on. These crampons are full foot crampons so are well suited for hiking on mixed terrain.

Crampons should be worn over boots that have a stiff sole. This will help to prevent the crampons from slipping off. Crampons should also be fitted snugly, but not too tight. You should be able to wiggle your toes comfortably.

It is important to practice using crampons before you go hiking. This will help you to get used to the way they feel and to learn how to use them properly.

Crampons are an important piece of safety equipment for hikers who venture above the tree line. By using crampons, you can help to reduce your risk of slipping and falling, and you can stay safe on even the most treacherous terrain.

Here are some additional tips for using crampons

  • Always wear crampons when hiking on icy or snowy surfaces.
  • Make sure your crampons are properly fitted and secure.
  • Practice using your crampons before you go hiking.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and watch for hazards.
  • Use caution when ascending or descending steep slopes.
  • If you are not comfortable using crampons, consider hiring a guide or taking a class.

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