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mutz

Grivel Matrix Ice Tools, BD #4 and Crampons

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For sale

 

[HAVE A BUYER] BD Snaggletooth crampons, used. Still in great condition. Straps still original length.

$85/95 shipped

 

Grivel Matrix Tech Ice Tools, used. Still in great condition.

$180/ for pair/195 shipped

 

[sOLD] BD #4 camalot, used. Still on good condition

$40/50/shipped

 

In bellingham but can ship, meet, or hand off next time in Seattle as convenient. You pay shipping over $5

 

 

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last thing i need is more gear but just out of curiosity, is that snaggletooth a steep snow crampon or is it good for vert ice? that front point seems wide for waterice penetration.

 

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The sweet spot for the Snaggletooth crampons is definitely steep snow, neve, and easy water ice or rock. They destroy brittle ice, but fortunately you don't find much of that in the cascades. I've climbing some short grade 5 pitches in them and up to m6. I think they are the perfect all around crampon for around here unless you are doing a lot of water ice climbing. Do pretty well in the rotten ice often found in the cascades, as they don't sheer through like vertical points would.

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