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Grivel Matrix Light

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A featherweight ice axe for alpinists at 515 g, the Matrix Light is an ideal choice for climbers who prefer the reduced weight and easy handling of a simple tool that retains all the characteristics of a Grivel ice axe.This product will be shipped directly from Grivel and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.


Pack it just in case or use it on alpine routes - the Grivel Matrix Light ice ax is a melding of hot-forged, high-clearance performance that you can trust. Save on weight with the lightweight alloy shaft and beef up your ability to dig into the ice with the hot-forged Chro-Moly steel head.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Grivel Matrix Light Ice Axe w- Hammer DECENT FEATURES of the Grivel Matrix Light Ice Axe with Hammer Made with durable chromoly steel Fitted with hammer on the reverse Angle in the shaft is high up as this maximises the distance between shaft and anchorage points Straight lower section of the shaft makes penetration easier even in hard snow The SPECS of the Grivel Matrix Light Ice Axe with Hammer Hot forged Reverse positive blade Hammer Weight: 18.2 oz Length: 50 cm

- Moosejaw

The Grivel Matrix Light Ice Tool's 18oz weight makes the cut as a ajust in casea second tool for mountaineering, and the hot-forged pick easily handles technical alpine pitches. A curved upper shaft gives this Grivel tool enough clearance to deal with ice bulges and mixed terrain without inhibiting its ability to plunge into hard snow on a summit ridge. The Matrix Light Ice Tool's X Monster head takes a serious beating without concern, and the micro hammer dishes out the beating when it's time to drive pickets for fixed ropes or crevasse rescue.

- Backcountry.com