CAMP USA - Cassin X-All Mountain Adze Ice Tool

CAMP USA - Cassin X-All Mountain Adze Ice Tool
CAMP USA - Cassin X-All Mountain Adze Ice Tool
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X-All Mountain Adze Ice Tool by CAMP USA - Cassin
Big mountains have a lot of terrain that Camp USA equipped the X-All Mountain Adze Ice Tool to handle. Everything from vertical climbs to glacial traverses, the X-All Mountain gives the right angle, balance, and weight to swing into any ice between you and the summit. The 3-part handle adjusts for any condition on the mountain as well as any glove you might be wearing. The aluminum shaft keeps weight at a minimum for a great swing weight. This tool is also equipped with an adze and large spike that you can interchange when glacial traverses aren't in the topo.

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SKU: CSNC03C
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