Petzl Snowracer

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Lightest ice axe for hiking, ski touring, alpine skiing and expeditions.


The 50 cm ultra-lightweight Petzl SNOWRACER is the perfect choice for ski mountaineering, snowboarding steep chutes and fast and light climbing. Features the same pick and adze as the SNOWALKER for high performance use in snow and ice. The aluminum shaft with beveled tip is plugged to prevent snow build-up in the shaft.


A lightweight axe engineered for easy snow routes, alpine touring, and glacier travel. Comfortable to grip, the Petzl Snowracer offers good support and keeps the weight to a minimum.. . . Aluminum shaft. Steel pick has been lightened. The gouge-shaped adze and the rounded pick teeth are designed to be comfortable when held pioletcanne style. Efficient placements: 4 mm steel pick, works well in snow and ice. Length: 19.5 inches.


Free Shipping. Petzl Snowracer Ice Axe FEATURES of the Petzl Snowracer Ice Axe 4 mm toothed pick made of Charlet steel: Durable, works well in both snow and ice Durable Charlet steel adze, contoured for hand comfort. Efficient for chopping steps Head, adze and pick with cut-out profile for reduced weight Pick equipped with hole for clipping a carabiner or attaching a sling High strength aluminum shaft (7075 aluminum, the same used in aerospace industry) Anodized for corrosion protection Beveled spike, plugged to prevent snow build-up inside shaft SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl Snowracer Ice Axe Weight: 340 g Length of Shaft: 50 cm Pick Type: B Shaft Type: B Case Quantity: 5 Certification: CE EN 13089, UIAA ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

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Petzl Snowracer


The Petzl Snowracer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 25, 2016 at EMS.

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