Forums DIY and Mods Crampons for Dynafit mod.
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  • #566585
    Champagnepowder
    14 Posts

    Finally got the crampon issue for the Dynafit mod. resolved. Fits the Dynafit crampon shim perfectly and is easily installed with your boot in the binding. Weighs almost half of a voile crampon and the bite is ridiculous.

    #581192
    Killclimbz
    1165 Posts

    That is pretty frick’in sweet! Nice work.

    #581193
    bcrider
    4149 Posts

    Nice work CP!

    Is that a standard dynafit crampon or a custom job. Does the black plastic piece slide into the slider track?

    #581194
    Champagnepowder
    14 Posts

    Thats a custom job from B&D ski designs in Redding. The black piece is just a spacer to make contact with the boot sole. No slider plates used for climbing. Bill does unbelievable work. Better quality than a real dynafit crampon I’d say.

    #581195
    bcrider
    4149 Posts

    Ok, that’s right…no slider tracks needed for the ascent with the dynafit mod.

    How about a link to B&D? How much did it cost you and how much time did he need? Did he keep the dimensions for future orders?

    I have a “friendâ€Â

    #581196
    Champagnepowder
    14 Posts

    http://bdskigear.com/index.htm

    He charged us $60 including shipping which seemed reasonable for a custom job. He has the dimensions for the prior and voile.

    One of my friends mounted his up over the w/e and loved it. Life-link will sell toe pieces for @140 a pair, but they are out until fall.

    #581197
    lifelinksplit
    282 Posts

    Lifelink has the comfort toes available, but the TLTBINDTOE(in picture) is out. They’re pretty much the same thing.

    #581198
    powtoy
    6 Posts

    Sorry to resurrect an old thread but does anyone know how to get ahold of this crampon? It’s freakin’ sweet. B&D’s link is now defunct and Google doesn’t shed any light. We’re attempting a Haute route variation in April and the idea of using Dynafit bindings plus this crampon is mighty enticing.

    Also, can anyone shed light on the pro/cons of using the Dynafit toe pieces vs. the Voile plate bindings? I realize that you save weight off your feet but seems like you’re adding some for the ride down or if you need to boot pack the board.

    BTW, fantastic site BCRider!

    #581199
    raul
    41 Posts

    Hi men

    Does this dynafit crampon get fixed to the board? (no rotation)
    I can only ride on hard and ici snow …most of the time i must skin with crampons fixed. Voile crampon has better grip than skis crampon (tested with skier-mate) but always on fixed mode.

    You add the weight of the dynafit binding to the system, i see no benefit unless you want a 3-piece board and have no room for the voile slider plate. i’m right?

    sorry for bad english

    Ra

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