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- Forged aluminum pick and adze
- Ideal for snow travel and self arrest
- Can be used as an anchor for glacier rescue and traversing cornices
- Nylon spike plug on 60 and 70cm lengths keeps ice out of the shaft
- Weight: 7.2 oz
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The lightest ice axe in the world! The clean design provides amazing performance especially considering how little it weighs. Perfect for low-angle glacier travel, ski mountaineering and adventure racing. The 7075-T6 aluminum alloy head and shaft meet all CE and UIAA requirements for strength and durability. However, the Corsa is not recommended for ice climbing, rugged mixed terrain, or for intense step chipping. B-rated shaft and pick.
Product detailsSize:70 cm
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : April 17, 2007
- Manufacturer : CAMP
- ASIN : B07CBN6BNZ
- Best Sellers Rank: #308,948 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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These products are for mountaineering, rock-climbing industrial work and/or rescue use only. Mountaineering, rock climbing, industrial work and rescue are inherently dangerous. Any person involved in these activities must obtain qualified instruction of the proper use of these products prior to using them. Any person using these products is responsible for their own actions/decisions. FAILURE TO FOLLOW WARNINGS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
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Story: I'm a hiker and prefer ultralight solutions, so I thought I'd try this one. I used it on the Mountaineer's Route on Mount Whitney when conditions required self-anchor and self-belay type use. My friend had the Black Diamond Raven, and his axe outperformed mine and was overall a lot more confidence-inspiring, and most importantly — easier to use. I had to jam the Corsa in repeatedly, 2-3 times on average (often with two hands) to get a solid anchor, due to the light weight and lack of heft. His axe went in firmly on the first try every time with one hand, and as a result he was able to climb faster and more securely. So overall, if you know you'll need an axe, I'd go with a slightly heavier one with a steel head and shaft tip. But this one will work in a pinch if you're unlikely to need it. Recommended only for shoulder season mountain hikes, crossing passes, etc. Too lightweight for serious mountaineering.