Grivel Easy G Ice Leash

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The Easy G Leash from Grivel is simple to operate, ergonomically designed, and extremely comfortable. A loop at the wrist cuff holds the shaft of your tool. Turn the wrist mesh inside out to switch hands.

- Mountain Gear

The Easy G Leash from Grivel is simple to operate ergonomically designed and extremely comfortable A loop at the wrist cuff holds the shaft of your tool Turn the wrist mesh inside out to switch hands

- Bentgate.com

The Grivel Easy G Leash provides superior support on you mountaineering adventures. It features a retaining ring on the shaft right at the wrist cuff to keep the point of pull located at the correct point on the shaft even on the steepest terrain. Designed to fit all ice tools, this ice axe leash may be fitted to right or left hand by turning the wrist cuff inside-out and may also be used without the retaining ring on the shaft. Adjust the small metal buckle inside the loop of the wrist cuff to change the circumference.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Grivel Easy G ice tool leash provides excellent support with quick and easy access. This design stays attached to your tool and allows you to take your wrist out by sliding your hand up the shaft and pulling straight out. When you are done placing gear, just put your hand back in the open loop and pull down. When the Easy G is on, it's secure as any fixed leash so you have one less thing to worry about.

- GearX.com

Grivel Easy G Ice Leash (Spring 2007) The Easy G leash by Grivel is a hybrid version of the Free that provides excellent support, may be easily opened and features a retaining ring on the shaft right at the wrist cuff to keep the point of pull located at the correct point on the shaft even on the steepest terrain. The leash may be fitted to right or left hand by turning the wrist cuff inside-out. Easy G may also be used like the Free by attaching it to the tool without the retaining ring on the shaft. A small metal buckle inside the loop of the wrist cuff may be used to adjust its circumference.

- Moosejaw