The Grivel G22 Crampon is a lightweight, easy-to-use, and versatile option that works well on a wide variety of terrain. Made for inspiring confidence in the wearer, this crampon is expensive, but well worth the price due to the performance benefits and easy transportability.
The Grivel Air Tech Light Crampon is a lightweight, durable, and stable option that is well-suited for those who want a reliable and versatile choice for a mixture of terrain. Despite not being the best choice for steep slopes or ice, the ability of the crampon to work with a variety of boots and dig into the snow for ample grip makes it a good choice for any level of alpinist.
The Grivel G14 Crampon is a durable, functional, and versatile option. The G14 (with anti-balling plate) effectively resists snow buildup, works well on various terrain, and lets you switch between mono and dual front points easily and quickly. Despite the front points not being long enough for vertical ice climbing and being heavier, for those who don’t solely vertically climb, the high level of compatibility and versatility make this a great choice.
The Grivel G12 Crampon is a top-of-the-line option that excels on almost all terrain. The durability, aggressive front of the shoe, and versatility make these a great choice for any alpine adventurist who will be climbing steep and icy terrain.
Even though they are made of aluminum and are very lightweight, these crampons provide great confidence on ice and snow. They are not made for steep ice, but they have excellent performance in compact snow and lower angled ice. Try to avoid using them on rock, as numerous reviews have noted that spikes broke off.