The Blizzard Holster by Black Diamond holds ice tools or big wall hammers. Attaches
Every good tool deserves a home, and the Black Diamond Blizzard Holster is a mansion made for your tools. This classic webbing holster for ice tools fits on most harnesses and belts for quick access.
Use the Blizzard Holster to hold tools in the winter and hammers in the summer. Excellent for stashing a third tool, the Blizzard Holsters flexible webbing also mashes down to not interfere while climbing in tighter confines.
Weight: 34 g (1.2 oz)
The Black Diamond Blizzard holster securely stashes ice tools or screws on your climbing harness.
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Shaft Rating:||B Rated|
|Weight:||1.2 oz / 34 g|
When you need to stash the ice tools on a route these holsters work well. They weigh almost nothing and are never in the way when climbing . If you climb long routes and have never tried holsters , you need to buy a pair ! I had a hard plastic pair made by Troll , years ago in Wales and never climbed ice without them .
Besides , it seems very American to have twin holsters for your tools !
Once you add a blizzard holster to your harness you wont take it off. I have climbed with a holster for years and seems that I am always using it. I climb alpine, ice, mixed, trad, big wall, and if Im feeling queer a little sport. This is a great add on to any harness.
Works great in the winter on mixed routes. Now I have place to put my ice axe when I have to do some rock climbing. I keep my ice axe attached to my harness so my leash works perfect wih this holster.
Great tool holster. It is easy to attach, doesnt get in the way of gear loops and holds the tool. I use it while ice climbing, mountaineering and on big walls for the yo hammer.
Works great. Right size and tough enough to handle all my tools. Positions well on Petzl harness.
I used to use these for my Vipers. Awesome stashing, much better than clipping top into an ice clip along with 5 screws. But once you have leashless tool with a fang on the bottom (Viper) and shrike they can be hard to get into the holster. I don't use them anymore.