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Pur'Ice Ice Climbing Pick

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:One Color



Why We Like The Petzl Pur'Ice Ice Climbing Pick

For efficiency on steep slopes and ice walls, we outfit our axe with the Petzl Pur'Ice Ice Climbing Pick. The reverse curve profile boosts placement precision and eases removal, helping us find our flow, while the steel construction brings strength that lasts.


  • Technical pick for scaling vertical ice
  • Hardwearing steel build for optimal durability
  • 3mm tip taper for better penetration and cutting
  • Serrated upper to offer support on its head
  • Compatible with the modular heads of Petzl's Sum'Tec, Quark, Nomic, and Ergonomic axes
  • Item #PTZ008Z
Sum'Tec, Quark, Nomic, Ergonomic axes
Claimed Weight
3.7oz (105g)
ice climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 5, 2020

Awesome Nomic picks

I've put it through the wringer

I use these for...well, purely ice climbing. For that purpose, they?re fantastic! The tapered pick bites into the ice wonderfully and they clean relatively well. There?s a substantial amount of material to file back before the first tooth, giving them a reasonable lifespan. I went through one set of picks this past winter on about 100 pitches, and I keep my picks sharp. I did a few mixed sections with them, and they survived just as well as the regular Ice picks. No signs of bending and survived numerous swings through thin ice into rock. Long story short, these are an excellent choice for Nomic/Quark climbers on ice routes.

Cody K