CAMP USA - Cassin X-Grip Tape

CAMP USA - Cassin X-Grip Tape
CAMP USA - Cassin X-Grip Tape
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X-Grip Tape by CAMP USA - Cassin
You don't like leashes and you certainly don't like your axes slipping out of your hands halfway up an ice climbing route. So get a good grip on your ice tools with the Camp USA Cassin X-Grip Tape. This friction tape enhances the grip.

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SKU: CSN0043
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