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Petzl Pur'Dry Pick

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    Pur'Dry Pick

    When all the ice has melted, switch out your ice axe's pick with Petzl's Pur'Dry Pick and start climbing rock like an ice climber. Designed specifically for dry tooling, the Pur'Dry is slightly thicker than your average ice pick to improve overall rigidity when torqued. Also unlike standard ice blades, the upper hooking teeth give a better bite when slotted into cracks. The lower hooks are slightly inverted to keep stable when you're switching hands. The Pur'Dry Pick is compatible with Petzl's dry-tooling axes, specifically the Nomic and Ergonomic axes.
    • A pick purely designed for dry tooling
    • 4mm steel construction improves strength when torqued
    • Compatible with Petz's Nomic and Ergonomic Axes
    • Hooking teeth on top and bottom for inverted use or slotting in cracks
    • Item #PTZ007T

    Tech Specs

    Material
    steel
    Compatibility
    Petzl Nomic Ice Axe, Petzl Ergonomic Ice Axe
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing

    Tech Specs

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    Favorite Petzl Pick For Mixed Climbing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This pick works really well for dry tooling (as you would expect). Despite the fact that Petzl doesn't advise using it for ice climbing and mixed climbing, it works well enough on ice. It doesn't penetrate or clean as easily as the other Petzl picks, but for a strong and experienced ice climber, this is not a big deal. If you do not overdrive your picks, the additional difficulty in cleaning the picks is not significant.

    The biggest advantage is that front point is much longer and more pronounced, giving you many more resharpening, before you need to retire the pick.

    Third party picks made from harder materials might be better, but I haven't used them enough to form an opinion.