Grivel Easy Slider 2.0 + Rotor

 

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The Easy Slider 2.0 is a moveable hand rest. Can be moved up and down the ice axe shaft to fit the most suitable and comfortable position for the user. When climbing can be moved down to the bottom of the axe as a hand support and protection fro hitting the wall. When walking, can be moved up to the top of the axe, so that the axes plunges better. The Easy Slider also comes with a Grivel Single Spring Leash, which can be attached to you so that if you drop your tool, it isn't lost forever.

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