What Is a Mountaineering Spike Called?

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Mountaineers use mountain climbing spikes known as crampons that are attached to boots for traction and are best suited for ice climbing and ski touring. Other climbing spikes include; classic ninja climbing spikes for climbing, ice walking and scaling and also for self-defence.
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