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Raven Pro Ice Axe

$99.95

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Item# BD410162000050_1
$99.95

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Description

A lightweight version of our classic Raven piolet, the Black Diamond Raven Pro Ice Axe is the ideal axe for ounce counters. Whether you're kicking steps up Aconcagua or wending through crevasse fields in the Alps, the Raven Pro's lightweight aluminum shaft and investment-cast, polished stainless steel head provide classic, all-around performance.

  • Lightweight aluminum shaft
  • Investment-cast, one-piece stainless steel head with an aggressive pick and large hole for a carabiner
  • Ergonomic head
  • CEN-B certified

Tech Specs

Head :   Head, Spike: stainless steel
Shaft :   Aluminum
Weight Without Leash :   [50 cm] 362 g (13 oz)

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Awards


  • Spadout.com - People's Choice Gear Award

  • Outdoorgearlab.com - 2013 Top Pick

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tough as nails. Very tough and useful piece of equipment. I use it mostly for backcountry touring. Handy for getting up and across a snow field, hacking out ice/snow in camp and when getting down a particularly steep slope. Very light so doesn't weigh down the pack or arms. November 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Light, Bomber, Versatile I have taken these all over the world, love how light, versatile, and bomber they are. Another no brainer for the quiver of sweet tools for adventure. June 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lightweight Ice Tool This is the ice tool to take when you don't really want to take an ice tool, basically when you are going rock climbing where there may be some hard snow to deal with on the way to or from the rock route. It's really light and will make an early morning approach, like you might find in the Bugaboos, much safer and less stressful. This is way better than grabbing a sharp rock or nut tool when you may need to self arrest. June 6, 2013
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