CAMP USA Neve Ice Axe

CAMP USA Neve Ice Axe
CAMP USA Neve Ice Axe
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Neve Ice Axe by CAMP USA
Traversing steep faces in ski boots becomes a little less terrifying with the CAMP USA Neve Axe in your hand. For mountaineers and ski mountaineers alike, being able to competently self-arrest can mean the difference between a good trip and not coming home, and the Neve's steel pick grabs the snow forcefully when you lose your footing. The steel bottom spike penetrates hard-packed snow, and when you need an emergency anchor, just clip to the carabiner holes at top or bottom. The included leash ensures you don't let the Neve slip out of your fingers.

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SKU: CMP001G
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