Bootstrapped just got redefined.

Tighten that belt and unleash your legs.

made of highend self-reinforced thermoplastic compound.
looks like carbon, but works better in this application.


How to choose your ideal size:
1. Check your boots’ sole length (S: 275-300mm / M: 295-320mm / L: 305-330mm)
2. Measure the ‘tooth free gap’ between the front and back units of your crampons and then double-check with the dimension image in the product gallery.



Choose SAUCER, if:

  • You plan to use them mainly for technical alpine exploits, 
  • where wallowing is limited to sections, possibly with multiple changes,
  • and thus where the possibility of putting the plates on and off in seconds is king.


  • Your sport is ‚couloiring‘ or ‚human powered freeriding‘,
  • where bootpacking up long continuous lines is part of the standard procedure, 
  • and thus where lightweight, simplicity and longevity are king.



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The evolution of our CRAMPLIFIER ascent plates.

The SAUCER plates can be mounted and dismounted all without touching your crampons.

This means you can have float on demand, take off the plates even on shorter sections of hardpack and put them back on for softer sections.
As the mounting and dismounting is so easy and fast, there's no more doubting whether to leave them in the backpack or to put them on.

So far, SAUCER have been successfully used with these crampons:

- edelrid Shark Lite
- Petzl Leopard LLF / FL
- Petzl Irvis (Hybrid)
- Grivel Air Tech New-matic
- Black Diamond Serac Clip
- Blue Ice Harfang

Make sure to tighten the elastic 'No Heli Straps' well. They take up to 115kg...

If needed, the dyneema cord can be adjusted in its length by adjusting the position of the end knots.


Additional information

Weight 450 g
Dimensions 35 × 25 × 3 cm

S, M, L

weight in g per pair

425, 445, 465


Please use these products wisely.
They are designed to help you ascend couloirs and slopes that you feel comfortable to ski.

Do not use them in ‚no-fall-terrain‘!
If you do use them in technical and exposed terrain, this is your own responsibility (so use ice axes with safety leashes and a harness at least!).

Don’t forget about avalanche dangers just because you are moving light and fast!