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Product Code: E7110016

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From November to May in Scotland (and all year-round in the Alps) mountain walkers trekking above the snowline appreciate the security afforded by a solidly built ice axe. From cutting steps to arresting a slip, the Munro will quickly become your faithful companion on fells and corries.


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Product Features

  • Weight: excluding leash 470g
  • Classic pick
  • ideal for ice axe arresting

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5 Customer reviews for this product

 
Glad I bought this AXE
Reviewed By Andrew, 25 Apr 2014

Firstly id like to say a big thanks to Kai Smith in your Fort William store for his advice.This ice axe was suggested by Kai as he said together with crampons they can get you in or our of a situation!!! How right was he!I saved the life of a man I didn't know who fell 200 meters off ben nevis on good Friday. Had I not have had these 2 products I could not have got to him & no one else could see him!I used the ice axe to get to him,it was great at dogging out the ice to make steps to secure him & left it holding him up while I went a long way back to the path with my crampons on several times to get medical supplies of walkers.The mountain rescue team also used my axe to secure the ropes, thankfully I did get it back,the walker who fell sadly didn't have crampons or an ice axe thank goodness I did. We both got airlifted by the fantastic Lochaber mountain rescue team.Lucky we were not too badly injured but that's largely due to these products so Thank you and your team in the Fort William store who certainly know their stuff.

 

 

 
Excellent for general use
Reviewed By Bryn, 16 Feb 2014

A well rounded, light and strong axe. Hold's well in ice, rock and vegetation - includes a detachable leash. Competitive price and is lighter than many of the more expensive axes.

 

 

 
Nice one Grivel
Reviewed By Gavin, 12 Mar 2013

Bought this as my first axe a few weeks back, I've bagged 6 Munro's all in the snow and I would have struggled if I didn't have this axe, have practised a few arrests and its spot on. Great value for money.

 

 

 
Very good all round axe
Reviewed By Stuart, 27 Feb 2013

This is the first axe I have actually owned. I bought it as a precaution for a trip to Snowdonia in January, and it came in very handy. It wasn't the cheapest axe in the store, but it was very good value for an occasional user. The guys in store had lots of good advice on which axes would be suitable, and helped to ensure I got the sizing right. Nice and light, complete with adjustable leash, it was very comfortable and easy to use. A couple of practice falls to refresh my memory, and I was off. It was great for balance going up and down, and on a particularly steep strtetch of the descent, came in very handy for my undignified bum sliding, giving me confidence and security using it as a brake. Hole in the head is handy for use as an emergency belay point if you really need to. If you are thinking of buying an axe, I'de definitely recommend this one, but do it in store - I found the staff to be really helpful, knowledgable and experienced, which all helped.

 

 

 
A Great Winter Aid
Reviewed By Christopher, 20 May 2012

If you are looking for a non technical axe with great build quality and at a decent price then look no further than the Munro.

I used mine earlier this year for a very snowy winter ascent on Bowfell and I don't think I could of done it without this!