Grivel Axe Guard - Tip and Adze Cover

Grivel Axe Guard - Tip and Adze Cover
Grivel Axe Guard - Tip and Adze Cover
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Axe Guard - Tip and Adze Cover by Grivel
The Grivel Axe Guard covers the pick and adze on your ice axe to keep if from ripping your new down jacket to shreds during the car ride to the trailhead. Cover your ice axe's sharp points with this simple rubber guard to ensure all your gear makes it to the start of your objective without suffering serious damage.

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SKU: GRV0059
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