The best ski lines often require some extra precautions on approach or descent. Use crampons and ice axes on frozen spring mornings. A harness, rappel device, and a length of rope are good insurance on descents that may or may not go. Maybe the mountain is just hard to climb, requiring protection.
Edelrid’s Nineteen G Sixpack of carabiners is the world’s lightest six-pack of full-strength carabiners. It’s may be the lightest six-pack of any kind, for that matter. Comprised of a robust aluminum alloy, the entire pack of wire-gate ‘biners weighs a mere 117g. But they will hold you: the Nineteen Gs even went through a hardening treatment for extra durability. Great for perso..
You can never have too many Nanos. Especially if you’re the type to litter the mountain with biners. The 22 is a revamped version of the classic CAMP Nano carabiner, which set the standard for lightweight functionality. The new version has a refined gate for easier clipping and a deeper basket for holding the rope position. CAMP also managed to increase the open-gate strength while..
The CAMP KS Dyneema is an ultralight dogbone equipped with the proprietary Karstop (KS) carabiner retainer. The retainer is a urethane rubber that prevents the biner from shifting so it’s easy to clip and won’t get twisted. The bolt-end remains looser so it won’t interfere with the rope’s path. Dyneema doesn’t absorb water and is crazy light and strong, making this a good sling for..
Flexible polymer anti-bott plates that attach to the crampon and eliminate the build-up of snow underfoot. The Petzl plates fit under models such as the Leopard, Irvis, and Sarken. The plates snap onto the crampons and secure with screws. Anti-bott plates like these are cheap insurance against dangerous balling.
There seems to be a direct correlation between anxiety levels and tools dropped during a climb. Our studies have also shown that, once safely off the mountain, the number of tools you drop also correlates.
When literally anything but an ego falls during a climb, everybody loses. Concerned you'll drop a leashless tool while climbing with cold hands? Not anymore. The Grivel ..
A simple 4 gram (0.1 ounce) piece of rubber could save a much more expensive pack or jacket. Slide the protector on the spike of your CAMP ice axe for some peace of mind. Verified to fit the CAMP Corsa Nanotech axe.