Where to Buy
Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Petzl Alpine & Ice Climbing Ergo Ice Axe / Tool U222. The thickness of the pick makes it stronger when slotted and torqued. The hooking teeth located on the bottom and top (for reverse positions) stabilize the ice axe.
You get more freedom than you thought possible with Petzl's ultra-curved Ergo Ice Tool which provides you with more power as you pull your way to the next move when climbing seemingly insurmountable overhanging routes. The ergonomic handle provides an arr
- Mountain Gear
Features of the Petzl Ergo Ice Tool High-end dry tooling and ice Climbing axe The ultimate tool for the most difficult dry tooling pitches and the most unlikely ice columns The ultra-curved shaft offers exceptional clearance under the head and allows a wider repertoire of movement The adjustable ergonomic handle allows multiple grip positions and limits the risk of pick shift when switching hands The strong curve of the handle creates an ideal angle for prolonged suspensions and significantly increases power when pulling Equipped with MASSELOTTES pick weights, the ERGO ensures precise, efficient purchase in the ice Without the MASSELOTTES pick weights, the ERGO becomes considerably lighter for dry tooling Equipped with a HAMMER (optional), the ERGO can be used to place pitons Interchangeable DRY pick is tapered at the tip (3 mm) for easy penetration, even in cold ice GRIPTAPE on the Upper handle provides better grip and thermal Insulation Serrated blade under the GRIPREST for better hold coming out of steep sections in hard Snow or ice Third adjustable handle with TRIGREST hand rest for Climbing even Higher, when hooking makes it possible, or for switching hands more easily
Petzl designed the Ergo Ice Tool from the ground up to give you every possible advantage on the hardest mixed climbs in the world. The staggered lower grip eliminates pick shift when matching, and a third pommel lets you match and choke up as much as you need to get into position for the next long reach.