DMM Bulldog


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Hammer-in protection for frozen turf and iced up cracks

When suitable cracks are hard to find for wired nuts etc when on mixed snow an ice climbs, many climbers will seek out fozen turf or an iced up crack and reach for their DMM Bulldog. The bulldog is not as long as the infamous Warthogs so is particularly useful when the turf is shallow. Comes with a doubled 11mm dyneema sling attached for quick and easy extension. It has a similar profile to many technical ice tool picks so a top tip is to hammer it into one of your previous placements.

The Bulldog has an updated design for the 2012/13 winter season (main picture) with lightening holes which trim weight and assist extraction, and a slightly longer hammering area too to speed up placement

Read Andy's Review of the DMM Bulldog here.

  • Doubled 11mm dyneema sling attached
  • Similar profile to technical ice tool picks
  • Rated to 15kN
  • Positive removal fin
  • 150g (2012/13 updated version)


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