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Retailers' Descriptions

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Climb harder and longer, with the ice-taming X-Ice ice tool from CAMP. Crafted with lightweight aluminum, this tool doesn't wear you out as much as its heavier counterparts, plus, a balanced design provides a comfortable, natural swing and a padded leash improves comfort and reduces rubbing or pressure points.

- Mountain Gear

Cassin gave the X-Ice Tool an ultra-curved shaft to easily clear bulges, mushrooms, and other steep ice gnarl so as to help make even the burliest routes feel like ladders. The pick features a thin cut for deep, easy penetration in bulletproof blue, and the aggressive pick angle makes hooking effortless and secure. Cassin added a bidirectional leash that supports downward and outward pull, so you get less pumped on the really steep stuff.

- Backcountry.com

Cassin X-Ice

Discontinued

The X-Ice has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$199.95

The Cassin X-Ice is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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