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X-Dream Alpine Ice Tool

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Why We Like The X-Dream Alpine Ice Tool

Fully customizable, the X-Dream Alpine becomes an extension of self for precise performance on technical ice and mixed routes. The refined pick gives us solid sticks on delicate sections, while the turn of an Allen bolt lets us switch the handle's angle when it's time to dry tool.


  • Balanced, featherweight ice tool for alpine walls
  • X-Dream ice pick for technical routes
  • X-Trigger Fast pommel boasts a tool-free adjustment
  • Ergonomic handle easily adjusts between dry and ice angles
  • X-Grip 2 shaft tape boosts friction for a slip-free hold
  • Fully modular and adjustable to fit any hand and route
  • Provided X-Rest insert adjusts height and size of handle
  • 2 trigger finger ledges included to dial-in index finger positioning
  • Item #CMPJ18Z
[pick] chromoly steel, [shaft] 2.5mm 7075 aluminum, [spike] 6mm 7075 aluminum
Leash Included
Claimed Weight
1lb 6.2oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years
ice climbing

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 22, 2024


I've put it through the wringer
5' 9"

These are hands down my favorite ice-climbing tools, and I get to play with many options because I run the @iceclimbing feeds on social media. The XDream handle works best for me, and the swing is the best fit for my swing-style. I find that I don't flias much as others at the end of my swing. I keep the tool set up to ice mode for WI4/5 and under. When seconding WI6, dry tooling, or climbing mixed, I have the tool set in the Dry mode. I feel this gives it similar clearance to the Petzl Ergo for bigger odder features on ice. The Ice setting is similar to Nomic angles and better less steep ice. The interchangeable parts work well, too. I typically always keep one handle with the spike on it, unless I'm drying tooling or steep mixed climbing, then I run the handles without the spikes and change the picks to the mixed pic or drytooling pic. I also remove the third grip as I find it hits the ice often on steeper ice, and I don't climb hard enough drooling for it to be useful to me. Hope that helps. Hit me up on IG if you have questions.

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