Grivel Trigger

Grivel Trigger
Grivel Trigger
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Trigger by Grivel
The Grivel Trigger can be attached to the shaft of nearly any ice tool for added support while climbing. This highly adjustable attachment allows easy matching for mixed climbing, a place to choke up on your tool, and protection for your knuckles from bashing into the ice. The yellow fits shafts up to 20 x 30mm and the black fits larger sizes.

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SKU: GRV0033
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