Trango Ice Multi-Tool

Trango Ice Multi-Tool
Trango Ice Multi-Tool
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Ice Multi-Tool by Trango
Trango got the specs on crampons, ice screws, and technical ice tools from every major brand to give ice climbers the one tool that does it all. The Ice Multi-Tool has all the wrenches, screwdrivers, and more to keep your ice climbing essentials prime for the climb. There's even a sharpening tool for picks and crampon spikes.

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SKU: TRG002T
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