Petzl Sum'Tec

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Petzl SUM-TEC Hammer Ice Axe FEATURES of the Petzl SUM-TEC Hammer Ice Axe Lightweight technical ice axe efficient in climbing or piolet canne mode New version of the TRIGREST allows multiple hand grip possibilities, thanks to the simple, tool-free manual adjustment system The thin ALPIX pick (3.5 mm) is designed for efficient penetration into ice. It is quickly and securely replaced with a unique screw lock system Stainless steel spike ensures excellent grip on rock Lightly curved handle protects the hand when climbing Available in adze or hammer versions SUM'TEC adze version for efficient cleaning of snow and ice. Available in 52 and 59 cm shaft lengths SUM'TEC hammer version for easy piton placement. Hammer is now lighter and features keys for tightening bolts of 8 to 10 mm. Available only in 52 cm Wide oval holes in the head and in the spike accommodate a carabiner SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl SUM-TEC Hammer Ice Axe Pick Type: B Shaft Type: T Case Quantity: 5 Interchangeable ALPIX pick included Weight: 495 g Length of Shaft: 52 cm Certification(s): CE, UIAA ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

An enterprising hybrid of a classical mountaineering ice axe and a more aggressive ice axe, the Petzl Sum-Tec helps you tackle icy adventures with technical proficiency.

- Backcountry.com

With its curved shaft, the Petzl Sum'Tec is the logical evolution of the classic mountaineering axe.

- EMS

If you are looking to go light and fast then take a modern twist on the classic mountaineering axe. The SumTec 43 Ice Axe from Petzl can take you to the next level. The slight bend in the shaft along with the adjustable hand rest and replaceable pick make this tool a lightweight all mountain monster. The hammer design on this tool gives it the ability to tighten bolts 8mm-10mm and the shortened shaft relieves you of extra weight so you can cruise to the summit.

- Mountain Gear