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Blue Ice Alpine Climbing Equipment

Alpine Climbing Protection Equipment from Blue Ice are perfect for trips to Chamonix when ice climbing or dry tooling.
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Outdoor Climbing Ice-Tools Axes Bluebird Evo Ice Axe Blue Ice
Bluebird Evo Ice Axe

£93.31 (inc Vat)
Outdoor Climbing Ice-Tools Axes Bluebird Ice Axe Blue Ice
Bluebird Ice Axe

The Blue Ice Bluebird ice axe is; primarily a classic lightweight ice tool that will be ideal for mountaineering, alpinism, expeditions and ski mountaineering / touring and secondly the Bluebird Ice Axe is a th...

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Outdoor Climbing Harnesses Sit-Harness Choucas MKIII Blue Ice
Choucas MKIII

The ultimate harness for classic routes, expeditions, and glacier travel with skis or crampons.

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Outdoor Climbing Ice-Tools Leashes-and-Accessories Boa Leash Blue Ice
Boa Leash

Lightweight Leash System for Difficult or Challenging Alpine Climbing Routes. Means you do not drop your tools, connects them directly to your harness

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Outdoor Climbing Chalk-Bags Chalk-Bags Poff Chalkbag with Belt Blue Ice
Poff Chalkbag with Belt

Made of 420D nylon with a large stiff rim, soft fleece lining, brush holders on both sides and stash pocket. Belt included.

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Outdoor Climbing Pegs-and-Aid Pegs Universal Piton Blue Ice
Universal Piton

A piece of Alpine, Big Wall, Aid Climbing Protection Equipment. A Peg is versatile and lightweight. Perfect for Yosemite

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