About Edelrid Riot Adze Ice Axe - 50cm
Closeouts. Edelrid's Riot Adze ice axe is perfect for basic, all-around ice climbing and works especially well on steeper ascents. The lighter design requires less strength and a more delicate swing, which makes the Riot ideal for women climbers. The modular construction with interchangeable heads, picks, weights and handle ensures adaptability to all routes.
Specs about Edelrid Riot Adze Ice Axe - 50cm
- Material: Steel, aluminum
- Length: 50cm (19.6")
- Weight: 595 grams (1 lb. 5 oz.)
- Made in Germany
- Visit our Climbing Gear Guide
- Climbing activities are inherently dangerous; we recommend getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use -- for any refund, climbing gear must be returned in its original packaging/coil, and have original hangtags and plastic wrapper
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mene the Alpinist from Mexico on Sunday, June 4, 2017This is one of the best technical ice axes I have ever tried, it has a perfect balance for the swing at the ice. I recomendaciones it for technical mountaineering and some moderate ice/mixed climbing. Totally recommended if you want to evolve from classic to technical mountaineering and the price is amazing.
Question & Answer
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“What is the rating of this ice tool?
I can see from the picture that the pick has a T stamped on it (and is therefore T-rated / type 2), but what about the shaft? Also T-rated, or B-rated?”
From website OutdoorGearLab; "The B (basic) and T (technical) ratings are based on tests to the shaft and pick. B rating is tested to 280kg on an ice axe's pick and shaft and a T rating is 400kg on its pick and shaft. For an axe to be T rated it must have both a T rated pick and shaft. If it only gets a T rating in one category, then it gets the B rating overall. Some axes, especially those with modular picks, will show a rating on both the shaft and their pick. This is because your axe could be B or T rated depending on your pick selection." Hope this helps.