Cassin X-All Mountain

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Cassin's X-All Mountain page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Putting the "all" in "all-mountain," the C.A.M.P. USA X-All Mountain ice tool comes with interchangeable grips for alpine and snow climbing plus an extra pick that can be used on low-angle glaciers.

- REI

Features of the Cassin X-All Mountain Ice Tool Optimized pick angle and tooth configuration climbs all angles of ice remarkably Interchangeable head components make switching between an adze and hammer or replacing picks simple and affordable Interchangeable grips come in three varieties for leashless, leashed and alpine or Snow Climbing. They all bolt onto the shaft with one screw and because of their Dual Density molded construction, they dampen vibrations and insulate remarkably well The spike is large enough to grip on low angle glacier ice and has a hole large enough to clip a carabiner for use with lanyards

- Moosejaw

You tackle classic alpine routes, multi-pitch ice, and even swing away at modern mixed routes from time to time. Instead of feeling like you need a whole quiver of specialized axes, arm yourself with the Cassin X-All Mountain Ice Tool. Designed to perform on all angles of rock and ice, the X-All Mountain features an aggressive shaft curve, double-pommel grip, and an optimized pick angle. Plus, interchangeable head components and grips allow you to quickly adapt the tool to every angle and terrain.

- Backcountry.com

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- Bentgate.com