Brooks-Range Professional Guide Tool Kit

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Brooks-Range's Professional Guide Tool Kit page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Carry all essential winter backcountry tools in one convenient package that fits in your pocket! The Professional Guide Toolkit™ includes: Ski Guide Cards™; All-in-One™ Map Tool Pro™, All-in-One™ Emergency Latitude/Longitude Ruler, the Field Organizer™; and a standard #311 field book.

- Vargo Outdoors

Use the Brooks-Range Professional Guide Toolkit to take all your essential winter backcountry tools in one handy package! This convenient kit includes a set of Ski Guide Cards with 13 prompt cards for avalanche safety and the All-in-One Map ToolPro. This non-glare, flexible map tool with ten scales, UTMs and slope indexes commonly used on topo maps for US, Alaska, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Japan. Youll also get a Field Organizer to hold pens, compass, and a temperature probe.. This water-resistant organizer made of yellow nylon with a hook and loop closure has six literature pockets. Finally, in case you find yourself in a bad situation, use the included Emergency Latitude/Longitude Ruler is a 4-in by 7-in paper tool for providing your position to an air rescue team.


Be ready to negotiate your way through any wilderness while guiding others with the Professional Guide Tool Kit from Brooks Range. Face any weather conditions and even wintry situations with the included set of Ski Guide Cards, map tools, organizer, and water-resistant field book - the tools you need to help you stay on the right path.

- Mountain Gear

Brooks-Range Professional Guide Tool Kit


The Brooks-Range Professional Guide Tool Kit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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