Discussion in 'Gear Talk / Reviews' started by neiceadmin, Nov 18, 2015.

  1. neiceadmin

    neiceadmin Doug Millen Staff Member

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    I couldn't seem to find the more detailed specs on them. More specifically I'm looking for the tool length.
  3. BenCarlson

    BenCarlson Member

    Hi Zac. Here are the specs on the tools. I've updated our site with all this information as well:
    Weight 1 lb 7.8 oz (675 g)
    Size One Size
    Dimensions Length - 48.26 cm
    Material Densified Beech Laminate / Hardened Tool Steel
    Other Features - Axe comes with a hand finished removable type B Furnace Industries Ice pick
    - Type T Pick available (sold separately)
    - A softer swing as the wood absorbs shock of the pick strike offering increased sensitivity at all temperatures
    - Wood handle offers enhanced grip and thermal insulation
    - Hand finished handle offers multiple grip options
    - The Kronos ice tool has a type T shaft
  4. Lucas Weiss

    Lucas Weiss Active Member

    Will you guys be at the ice fest? If so, I'm getting there early!
  5. AThomas

    AThomas Member

    So cool.
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  7. Lucas Weiss

    Lucas Weiss Active Member

  8. Byterock

    Byterock Member

    Talk about going full circle. Back to basics with wood. My first technical tool (if it could be called that) was a Chouinard Climaxe II which had a 50cm curved laminated Bamboo shaft rather than the usual 55cms solid hickory.

    got it rather cheap second and along with a set of foot-fangs 2 (that are still in use) . The reason it was cheap is they de-laminated after only few seasons and fell apart.

    Wish I kept them as they are quite rare as I have never seen another pair.

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