Ortovox Pro Light Shovel

$70.00
Color:Safety Blue
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Ski tourers who like to stay lightweight on the go, yet place high demands on their equipment—reach for the Ortovox Pro Light shovel. It features a telescopic shaft and a 2.1-liter blade volume.

  • Features

    • The combination of high-quality materials, high sidewalls and a pronounced center ridge ensure the necessary tensile strength and stability
    • High-quality 7075 T6 aluminum in the shaft is very light and extremely strong
    • Groove-shaped handle cross section helps this weigh in at an extremely lightweight 440 grams without compromising on rigidity
    • Pack-friendly blade means this shovel can be easily stowed away in your touring pack in next to no time
    • Notches in the material mean this shovel is not only lighter but it's also suitable for building a rescue sled or for use as a snow anchor
    • A sharp, sturdy cutting edge guarantees optimum performance
    • T-grip has switchover function for left- and right-handed users
    • Telescoping handle provides a small packed size with an extended, high-performance working length; rapid locking doesn't even require the press of a button
    • Nonslip step grooves on the top edge of the blade provide adequate traction when you're wearing full boots
    • Also compatible with the Ortovox Pro Alu III shaft (not included)
    • Certification: UIAA 156 avalanche shovel standard

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowsports

    Blade Construction

    7075 T6 aluminum; handle: 6061 T6 anodized aluminum (hardened)

    Blade Size

    10.6 x 8.3 x 1.8 inches

    Extended Length (in.)

    29.9 inches

    Weight

    15.5 ounces

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