More In This Category
MSR (Mountain Safety Research®), the Seattle-based manufacturer of high-performance outdoor equipment, has gripped the snowshoe... [ full story ]
Three new MSR snow shovels offer unparalleled strength and efficiency. MSR (Mountain Safety Research®), the Seattle-based... [ full story ]
The lightest technical crampons currently available allied to a very clever modular design that means they will fit many... [ full review ]
DMM's new top of the range ice tools do not disappoint when it gets steep and lairy, but are they versatile enough to span across... [ full review ]
Related UKC Forum discussions
The best solution for climbing vertical sections in a relaxed and safe way. This is the first technical ice axe with two identical, adjustable, and very comfortable grips. High-end performance in the steepest dry-tooling routes. Safe for the most difficult moves. Ideal for dry tooling and competition, but also provides excellent performance on cascades and mixed vertical terrain. Weight: 612 gr.
190,00 € tax excl.
1. Two identical ergonomically handles with an excellent grip for any size hand, thanks to its large size and adjustable trigger.
2. Excellent weight distribution throughout its geometry saving energy on every swing.
3. Upper crest blade for excellent performance in dry tooling (accessory).
4. Offset grip angle for optimal engagement of forearm tendons, thus avoiding wrist fatigue especially in vertical sections.
5. The curving of the shaft provides a maximum clearance of 22 cm, ideal for overhanging and mushroomed ice.
6. Additional inner teeth on the pick to increase grip on uneven terrain.
7. Special handle design for a perfect fit with the internal space of semi-closed hand to achieve an even load on all fingers.
8. The large lower spike hole allows for 2 carabineers to be clipped in.
9. Front side of the handle with adjustable trigger included, for any size hand.
10. An optional hammer can be added (accessory).
Gear News and Outdoor Industry News at UKC and UKH presents climbing, walking and mountaineering equipment and stories that will be of interest to UKClimbing.com's readers. They are not gear reviews and are provided by companies that advertise with UKClimbing Limited. Please feel free to comment about the stories and products on the associated thread.