Grivel Carbon Tech Machine Ice Tool

Grivel Carbon Tech Machine Ice Tool
Grivel Carbon Tech Machine Ice Tool
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Carbon Tech Machine Ice Tool by Grivel
Grivel's Carbon Tech Machine Ice Tool is an aggressive axe suitable for any terrain, whether you're swinging up single pitch pillars or trekking all-day alpine lines. Its Ice blade uses a sharp angle and a long first tooth for hooking icy edges or torquing in rocky cracks, and you can switch out the Ice blade for Grivel's Mix blade (not included) for more versatility. The dual-density handle has multiple grip options to extend your reach when needed, or shake out when you get pumped, and there's a subtle spike at the bottom for cleaning chossy ice. Grivel's Cyclops eye at the head accommodates carabiners for easy clipping.

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SKU: GRV001A
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