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1. RAB Muztag GTX $500

The Muztag GTX Jacket from Rab is an update to the company’s alpine shell jacket, used by mountain professionals and extreme climbers on the hardest technical ascents. The Muztag GTX is made of a hybrid of the lightest available weights of new GORE-TEX® PRO materials and also offers a 3-way fully adjustable helmet-compatible hood, roll down hood tab, and wind collar and YKK® AquaGuard® Vislon front zip with internal storm flap, so you know it’s lightweight and breathable but durable enough for a rugged day in the mountains.

2. RAB Ascendor $225

The Ascendor Pants from Rab are fully featured midweight softshell pants, combining warmth and weather protection with excellent breathability and movement. The Ascendor offers Matrix 2 layer bonded softshell fabric, a stretch nylon face with slick high gauge knit back and a double snap waist closure with 2-way opening YKK® zipped fly, making it the perfect pair of pants for active alpine and mountain adventures.

3. Grivel G20 Plus $249.99

Ultra-light and designed for steep ice and mixed climbing, the G20 Plus are high-performing crampons ideal for crack joints and resting on the slightest holds. Even with two center points to increase stability, they are still the lightest technical mono-point crampons in the world taking you further and higher.

4. Grivel Dark Machine
$419.99

Attention to detail has made the Dark Machine the top ice tool available. The
full carbon handle and G-Bone carbon-composite shaft weighs this tool in at a mere 490g. Designed for waterfall ice climbing and featuring one of the smallest grips on the market, you’ll be sending hard all winter.

5. Zamberlan 3030 Eiger
$690

The 3030 Eiger seamlessly integrates the BOA® fit system into the boot’s gaiter in a patented design towards enabling a perfect, personalized fit in all conditions without removing one’s gloves. With BOA’s® system, the Eiger delivers a fast, customized and durable fit built for performance. Carbon fiber midsoles further reduce weight and increase performance. Vibram® Penia outsoles offer durable grip and integrated, fully-automatic crampon compatibility.

6. Hyperlite 2400 Ice Pack $325

For the approach, the climb and the descent, our Ice Pack is that perfect companion that’s never in the way, yet always right there when needed. Refined to the essence of what’s truly necessary for success, this bomber, 100% waterproof Dyneema® Composite Fabric pack features a no-frills main compartment. External fitments secure crampons and ice axes, and options for gear loops or pockets on the hip belt complete the theme of well thought out accessibility to tools.

7. Beal Ghost $109.99

Special attention was used when creating the Beal Ghost, an ultra-lightweight, yet comfortable, harness for expert climbing and mountaineering. It applies optimal pressure distribution on your hips and thighs to ensure comfort. This light, versatile alpine harness was designed to fit all of your gear even with a pack.

8. Grivel Duetto $159.99

Innovative, light and dual-certification for both climbing and ski-mountaineering activities, the Duetto features an innovative stealth multi-facet design with an adjustable fit. Thanks to the expanded polypropylene construction, it has great shock absorption on the top and sides and is the lightest dual-certified helmet on the market.

4. Maxim Pinnacle
$295, 60 meters

MAXIM’s Pinnacle series are lightweight 9.5mm ropes with our twill pattern sheath technology  (TPT). This results in a smooth climbing rope, which significantly reduces drag and improves hand. The Pinnacle ropes have a feel to them that is like no other climbing rope on the planet! For ice climbing MAXIM recommends 2x-DRY-treated models.