Grivel - Ghost 48 cm, ski touring ice ax

71,24 €
81,89 €

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Super light ice ax for ski touring

Ghost 48 cm by Grivel, a hyper light ice ax with steel head and peck. It has been designed to keep weight as low as possible but also to allow effective use even in self-stopping maneuvers.

It weighs only 264 g and is available in size 48 and 53 cm.

Ideal for ski-mountaineering and snowborder-mountaineering-

Useful to always carry with you in your backpack for all mountaineering activities where it is better to have a pike always with you!

Steel head and beak and aluminum alloy headstock.


Hot forged


Shovel / Hammer





Carbon steel Classical Positive Small shovel 1
- 264 gr. 48-53
  • Weight: 264 g
  • Type material: Acciaio + Alluminio
  • Campi d'Utilizzo: Sci & SnowBoard Mountaineering

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