Hillsound Trail Crampon Ultra
|Price:||$61.88 - $69.99|
- 18 stainless steel spikes grip ice and packed snow.
- Elastomer harness stretches easily over most footwear.
- Wide heel plate with 3 spikes for secure downhill traction.
- Rip and stick strap keeps the device securely fastened.
- Carry bag included.
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FEATURES of the Hillsound Trail Crampon Ultra 1.5 cm spikes provide excellent traction on packed snow, black ice and partially covered trails Rip and stick strap across the top of the harness holds the device secure and prevents movement in deeper snow Welded chains withstand repeated torque, foot strikes and abuse on any ice and snow.? Larger heel plate gives secure traction and ultra stability for descents and trail-running Elastomer harness adapts to all types of footwear, fits securely and is easy to slip on and off quickly Ultra-light traction for trail runners conscious of carrying extra ounces Reinforced elastomer harness provides tear resistance and maintains pliability to sub-freezing temperatures Includes a heavy-duty nylon carry bag
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After doing some research, we decided to get these Hillsound Ultra crampons because they have 18 spikes on the bottom (more than the regular Hillsound crampons or the Katoolah microspikes) and the added bonus of a strap across the top to keep them in place. They also come with a nice bag (that actually fits the crampons very well) to carry them in your pack without scratching your other gear.
BTW, I didn't use the enclosed velcro straps since I would prefer to have my spikes slip off than to trip me while hiking, so this comparison with my previous brand is IMO valid.
UPDATE: They've both torn in the same location ("one o'clock" position from front) and been zip tied. I see that these "ultra" have gone up $10 so I'll try a pair of the older model. Seems like there are no decent spikes for recreational hiking.