Grivel Goulettes Pick

Grivel Goulettes Pick
Grivel Goulettes Pick
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Goulettes Pick by Grivel
The Grivel Goulottes is a beefy pick for alpine climbing where a broken pick could spell disaster. The pick angle matches the curve of the Light Wing, Alp Wing or older Grivel tools such as the Original Super Courmayeur, 90 Degree, Rambo (II) and Geronimo.

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SKU: GRV0016
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