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Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch
  • Alto Gear Crampon Pouch

Crampon Pouch


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Store and protect your crampons with the Crampon Pouch. Created in collaboration with @Iceclimbing, this versatile Pouch is compatible with all types of crampons and is useful to carry other gear as well, like ice screws, quickdraws, carabiners, and more. Roll it up, cinch the buckle, and throw it in your pack to protect your gear. The top webbing loop allows for the Pouch to be hung at belay stations and water drains through holes in the bottoms.

Every product is 100% one-of-a-kind made from upcycled billboard vinyl remnants. Select an available color, and you'll receive a pouch that is primarily comprised of those colors.

- Compatible with all types of crampons

- Roll top opening

- G-hook buckle closure

- One-of-a-kind design

- Liner fabric: 100% recycled 200D polyester

- Hand-cut and sewn in Colorado

- Lay-flat dimensions: 15" x 15"

Retail price

US$ 30.00

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Weight (g / oz)

Weight (g / oz)

In grams and ounces, the weight, as stated by the manufacturer/brand.

Unfortunately, for ice accessories in particular, these are not common figures that are given out.

170 g / 5.99 oz
Main Material

Main Material

We list as many details here as the manufacturer supplies.

This information is definitely limited for ice accessories.

Upcycled billboard vinyl
Ice Rating (if applicable)

Ice Rating

Most ice accessories do not have a rating. This field is used for ice axe and ice tool accessories like picks, that have an ice rating.

B / Type 1: Basic

T / Type 2: Technical

Note: Even though it looks like the more aggressive picks are T and the flatter picks are B, this is not always the case. The ratings are based on flex, and not the shape.


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