Blue Ice Hummingbird Ice Axe

Blue Ice Hummingbird Ice Axe
Blue Ice Hummingbird Ice Axe
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Hummingbird Ice Axe by Blue Ice
Blue Ice's Hummingbird Ice Axe is there for you when you need a helping hand on steep ski mountaineering objectives, and then it packs away nicely when you're skinning flatter terrain. The combination of an alloy shaft and titanium head results in a remarkable sub-half-pound weight. Blue Ice included covers for the adze and pick so your backpack doesn't get a new hole.

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SKU: BLX000R
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