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Vintage Mountaineering Pair of Crampons, Oscar Eckenstein.

Reference
27505
Height
8 cm (3 1/4")
Width
13 cm (5")
Depth
28 cm (11")
Vintage Mountaineering Crampons.
A pair of early 10 point wrought iron crampons in the design of Oscar Eckenstein (1859 -1921). Eckenstein was a passionate climber and innovator. He developed this type of hinged crampons in 1908 and two years later, with the help of Henry Grivel of Courmayeur on the Italian side of the Mont Blanc, they became commercially available.
Each crampon has a formed steel loop at the rear that fits onto the heel of a boot, there are 6 metal rings to bind the rest of the crampon to the boot. Each crampon stamped 'W.GENOSSENSCHNT FUIRMES' in a circle, one also stamped 'Eckenstein', 43.
Height
8 cm (3 1/4")
Width
13 cm (5")
Depth
28 cm (11")
Condition
Very good
Year
C. 1910
Period
1900-1949
Medium
Iron
Country
Continental