Petzl Griprest Ergonomic

Petzl Griprest Ergonomic
Petzl Griprest Ergonomic
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Griprest Ergonomic by Petzl
Petzl's Griprest Ergonomic, compatible with the Nomic and Ergonomic ice tools, provides efficient and comfortable hand support on steep terrain. With adjustable positions, the hand rest easily accommodates different palm sizes, and is shaped to offer a secure, low-fatigue grip. Petzl eliminated a steel point on the Griprest Ergonomic to make it lighter and safer for dry tooling.

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SKU: PTZ007W
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