Camp X-Dream Ice Axe
The Camp X-Dream Ice Axe is the new alpine climbing version of the award-winning X-Dream ice tool, perfect for all technical ice and alpine climbing. For full optimisation, the Camp X-Dream Ice Axe features an angle-adjustable handle that allows you to switch between the ‘Dry’ and ‘Ice’ positions for maximum performance in all terrains. With a variety of inserts that allow you to modify both the shape and volume to find the perfect grip, and a handle constructed from an extreme cold resistance polymer, it's is a fully modifiable ice tool that will keep you swinging till the cows come home.
|PICK MATERIAL||Chromoly steel|
|SHAFT MATERIAL||2.5 mm 7075 Alu|
• Hyperlight, perfectly balanced, fully featured tool for technical dry, mixed and ice climbing
• Multi-part head design with four pick options -- the Mixte and Ice picks can be combined with hammer or adze for amazing versatility
• It comes standard with the Mixte pick; Ice, Race and Total Dry picks can be purchased separately
• Ergonomic handle with innovative adjustment system to change between Dry and Ice angles
• The handle is constructed from extreme cold resistant polymer laid over the hot-forged aluminium alloy spine
• Micro-adjustable trigger finger ledges and X-Rest insert to adjust the overall height and size of the handle
• X-Trigger pommel attaches to the shaft for a third position
• X-Grip 2 included
1 product review
Initially I was planning to get something less aggressive like Quarks or similar tools, but at the time X-dreams were the only tools in stock so I went for them and I am really glad that I did. I am using them for several seasons and couldn’t be happier. No matter the ice quality, I have a confidence in those tools. I like how I could adjust the handle so it can fit my hands perfectly and when I tried colleague’s Nomics I could feel how much those small adjustments mean for the general comfort. Also those tools are perfectly balanced so I can climb any ice with ease and without any fatigue. One neat feature is “dry” and “ice” adjustment. When I used those tools on rock in the “dry” setting for dry tooling they felt like two solid jugs all the way which inspired the confidence in me. If something would happen to my current tools I would definitely buy the same ones again.