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Compatible with any technical ice tool or mountaineering axe. Lightweight webbing. Sliding metal barrel cinches wrist loop. Rated to 450 pounds. Slider buckle lets you adjust to ideal arm length. Smooth wrist pad. Manageable even when wearing large gloves. Rugged.
Slider is a little stiff at first. There's a lot of slack on the leash. Axe not included.
Compatible with a number of ice axes. Can be adjusted between 19.5 inches and 29.5 inches. Can be quickly removed from ice tool by untying knot. Wrist loop fits over gloves and distributes pressure.
Only works with axes that have a hole for a carabiner.
Slip-knot tightens when weighted. Release by hooking and pulling loop with hammer or adze. Padded wrist strap for comfort and even weight distribution. Works with almost any technical ice tool. Rated to 450 pounds. Sturdy material. Ergonomic twist keeps wrist pad straight for comfort.
Setup can be a bit of a challenge.
Nylon. Rubber tip for pick as added safety measure. Works with any size ice axe, attaching to either top or bottom. Rubber support makes use more comfortable over long periods.
Webbing is not rated for belaying.
Stretchy. Lightweight. For use with piolet, a two-headed ice axe. Steel mini-clip attaches to spike or head. Elastic webbing is more water-resistant than standard nylon webbing. Comfortable and secure. Great tool if you need to use your axe to stop yourself from sliding.
Carabiner attachment is a bit small. More expensive than other models.
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