Black Diamond Transfer 3
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With a redesigned blade shape for cleaner snow study and easier stomping through hard avalanche debris, the Transfer 3 is a workhorse shovel with a removable, extendable shaft for work in deep pits.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Transfer 3 Shovel FEATURES of the Black Diamond Transfer 3 Shovel Extendable, removable trapezoidal shaft with a redesigned, anodized blade Hybrid D/T handle
With a redesigned blade construction for cleaner snow study and easier stomping through hard avy debris, the Transfer is our workhorse shovel with a removable, extendable shaft for working in deep pits. Built with an extendable handle and high-volume blade profile, the Black Diamond Transfer 3 Shovel helps you throw as much snow as possible from the smallest footprint. Its durable, smooth-bottom blade give you clean walls in your snow pit and the versatile design works well in any backcountry situation. Extendable, removable trapezoidal shaft with a redesigned, anodized blade Hybrid D/T handle Weight : 692 g (1 lb 8 oz) Blade Volume : 1.14 L (0.3 gal) Collapsed Length : 61.0 cm (24.0 in) Extended Length : 79.0 cm (31.1 in)
The Black Diamond Transfer 3 Shovel is an extendable, lightweight snow shovel built for the backcountry. Lightweight yet strong, the Transfer is optimized for extended shaft length. Removable trapezoidal shaft extend to 86 cm (34 in). The strong, ergonomic handle is friendly to both mitts and gloves; it provides the benefits of T- and D-shaped handles in a low-profile, packable design. Aluminum blade facilitates maximum snow removal and clean cuts for efficient snow pit construction. A traditional, extendable, lightweight avalanche shovel at a great price, the Transfer will keep you safe and compact wherever you roam. Weight: 650 g or 1 lb 7 oz. Blade Volume: 1.14 L or 0.3 gal. Blade Size: 11 x 8.25 in. Extended Length: 34 in. Packed Length: 26 in. Material: 6000 Series Aluminum. Available Color(s): Fire Red, Grape
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