Trango Scorpion

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Trango Scorpion Ice Tool ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL. The Scorpion Ice Tool by Trango is a fast and accurate swinging ice tool that will help beginners and experts alike to get to the top. Featuring our most radical clearance shaft yet, the Scorpion has enough room to clear the largest bulges and hook the biggest icicles. A sticky rubber handle, which works well for small and large hands, combined with a hand hook offer the best grip possible for any conditions. We supply it with a large patch of grip tape so you can customize the shaft for your style of climbing. The sculpted head is investment cast from 17-4 stainless steel and is fronted by a sleek hammer face for help with ice screws. The gold anodized shaft is extruded from 7075 T6 seamless aluminum tubing for vibration-free, yet solid swings. The pick is laser cut from 4340 chrome-moly steel and tapered from 4mm to 3mm at the tip to minimize ice displacement and reduce ice shattering. It is fixed to the head with a bomber system of M12 hex screws and custom stainless nuts that will never loosen in the middle of a climb. The well-proven Clutch Leash is NOT included. SPECIFICATIONS of the Scorpion Ice Tool by Trango Weight: 550 gm Length: 50cm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Swing true with Trango's Scorpion - a sleek ice tool for experts or beginners. A sticky rubber handle and hand hook provide grip and the sculpted head, cast from 17-4 stainless steel with a sleek hammer and durable chrome-moly steel tip, provides solid purchase. A tapered tip reduces ice displacement and shattering.

- Mountain Gear

Trango Scorpion


The Trango Scorpion is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 12, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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