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Manufacturer's Description

Visit DMM's Rebel page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Rebel uses DMMs expertise in hot forging to create a light well balanced technical ice tool Perfect for waterfall ice and more than capable of hard mixed routes if Nick Bullocks ascent of Travesty IX9 in North Wales is anything to go by The Rebel and Anarchist are the only axes in the world that are hot forged and the reasons why these axes work so well is best described in the way they are manufacturedFeaturesbull Weight 650 grams

- Bentgate.com

Going against the trend, the DMM Rebel uses a hot forging process that results in a awesomely strong axe while keeping weight to a minimum.


The DMM Rebel Ice Axe was designed for versatility for a wide variety of ice climbing disciplines. Its rare to spend a day, never mind a season, climbing only one style so this tool performs well no mater what the route throws at you. The tool is well balanced for great swinging and has an adjustable grip that allows for lots of personalization and a trigger rest for leashless climbing. Technical ice climbing toolSuperb BalanceOne piece hot forged shaft and headHot forged tapered pick for better penetrationComfy, supportive handleAdjustable trigger finger rest Compatible with all leas systemsWeight: 23oz (650g) - per tool

- Campmor

The hot forged Rebel Ice tool is ready for mixed routes right out of the box. Push hard and move quickly with this lightweight tool that feels almost indestructible.

- Mountain Gear

DMM Rebel

previously retailed for:
$131.98 - $264.95

The DMM Rebel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2014 at Bentgate.com.

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