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Summit Evo Ice Axe

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $119.96 Original price: $159.95
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Summit Evo Ice Axe

The Petzl Summit Evo Ice Axe is an all-round, well-balanced tool for multi-discipline days spent in the mountains. The anodized aluminum shaft features a slight curve near the top, with a straight bottom that makes the tool ideal for plunging into the snow, but the upper curve offers enough clearance to be used on more technical sections. The steel adze and hot-forged steel head and pick are plenty durable, with the pick featuring teeth on the upper part to allow for solid anchoring. The bottom spike is made of stainless steel, enabling it to be plunged into harder, icier snow. Both the top and bottom feature holes for clipping carabiners, letting you create anchors quickly and easily.


  • All-round ice axe is well-balanced for multi-disciplined days
  • Anodized aluminum shaft is light and reliable
  • Steel head, spike, and adze ensure long-lasting durability
  • Clipping-hole in head and spike
  • Compatible with LINKIN leash (sold separately)
  • Item #PTZ002L
[shaft] 7075 aluminum, [adze] steel, [head and pick] steel
52 cm, 59 cm, 66 cm
Leash Included
Claimed Weight
[52 cm] 14.1oz, [59 cm] 14.8oz, [66 cm] 15.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 29, 2020

Great Axe for General Mountaineering

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 8"

I've only brought this axe out on 2 climbs in RMNP so far, but I really like it. I got rid of my Raven a couple years ago, and have been using a Sum'Tec on most of my climbs. But I've been missing something longer for lower angle stuff. The Sum'Tec is awesome, but it's short enough that it's only handy in really steep terrain. The Summit Evo is perfect on low angle approaches, and less technical climbs. I've used it on Ptarmigan Fingers and Dragon's Tail, and it's great. Plunges great, chops steps easily, the pick bites well into snow. I wouldn't take it on anything steep, like Dreamweaver, but that's not what it's meant for. The angled shaft makes it really comfortable walking in cane position. One of the best things (to me) is that it also accepts the Trig-Rest. It took some finagling to fit it right, but I drop it down low on the shaft when I'm chopping steps. Between the trig-rest and the grip on the shaft, I don't use a wrist-leash. Great axe!

Richard K