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If your next adventure involves glacier travel on foot or skis, make sure you don't leave home without the Petzl Crevasse Rescue Kit. At just 13 ounces, the kit provides everything you need (except anchors) to set up an efficient hauling system or rope ascent. Innovative tools like the Micro Traxion pulley and Tibloc make this ultralight kit far more efficient and easy to use than traditional Prusik systems.

  • One Micro Traxion pulley, two OK Screwlock carabiners, one Tibloc, one Partner pulley, and one 120cm St'anneau dyneema sling, provide everything you need to set up a hauling system or rope ascent
  • Micro Traxion pulley utilizes sealed ball bearings and a cam to produce a highly efficient capture-progress pulley
  • Tibloc device is an ultralight and compact ascender that is superior to a Prusik system
  • Entire kit weighs in a just 13 ounces

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When will this be back in stock? It says...

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When will this be back in stock? It says more on the way but gives no definitive date, thanks.

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Hey Stephen,

We don't get definitive dates either. It really boils down to how fast Petzl can get our order fulfilled. Now, since they are just down the road they are normally a little faster at getting us restocked than most but I wouldn't expect more until at least September.

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Is the Micro Traxion that is included in...

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Is the Micro Traxion that is included in this kit a different (more orange) color than the ones sold individually (gold)? Or is it just the way this photo was taken or something. Thanks