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Hello,

The crampon follows naturally the curve of the boot and is thus slightly inward, this is correct and it can be adjusted by moving one side of the toe bail in the different side holes. The toe configuration depends on the type of terrain that you will encounter and of your experience with those different configuration. We would recommend that you try out the different possibilities to suit your need on practice terrain before heading out in altitude.
Thank you for your interest
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