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Winter Hiking Gear

Voile Telepro Avalanche Shovel

Front Shovel Pocket

When you go backpacking or climbing in winter, it is important to bring along an avalanche shovel or a snow claw for prepping tent sites or digging a snow shelter in an emergency. If you’ve in a group, a shovel can often be shared unless you are in an avalanche …

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CAMP Nanotech XLC Crampons Review

CAMP Nanotech XLC Crampons

CAMP Aluminum Nanotech XLC Crampons are super-lighweight, 12 point, step-in crampons that reduce the level of effort required to hike in full crampons. Weighing 16.2 ounces per pair, including optional ABS plates, they weigh just a few more ounces than Kahtoola Microspikes (12.5 ounces), making them they are ideal for …

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CAMP Stalker Universal Crampons

Camp Stalker Universal Crampons on a Soft Soled Garmont GTX Insulated Winter Boot

The CAMP Stalker Universal Crampon is the most popular crampon that CAMP sells. It’s compatible with all boot types, including regular hiking boots, soft-soled winter boots, and rigid mountaineering boots, making it a good investment if you want to use it with a variety of different winter boot systems. Made …

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