Black Diamond Blizzard Holster

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Black Diamond Blizzard Holster -

The Blizzard Holster by Black Diamond holds ice tools or big wall hammers. Attaches

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Blizzard Holster.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Blizzard Holster.

Waistband:

  • Works easily on most harnesses with waistbands 3 in. wide or less

Webbing:

  • Polyethylene reinforced webbing for a flexible yet stiff feel

Pockets:

  • Stiffened pocket is flared, making an easy-to-hit target; deep enough to hold a tool firmly
  • Pocket is big enough (2.5 in. diameter) to hold 2 tools in a pinch, yet small enough to prevent small-headed tools from falling through

Features:

  • Securely holds two ice tools or a big wall hammer
Gearx

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)


REI

The Black Diamond Blizzard holster securely stashes ice tools or screws on your climbing harness.

Imported.


Mountain Gear
Every good tool deserves a home, and the Black Diamond Blizzard Holster is a mansion made for your tools.

Backcountry.com
A classic webbing holster for securing ice tools. Works easily on most harnesses including the Blizzard and the Bod. Weight: 34 g (1.2 oz).

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
The Bizzard Holster from Black Diamond makes racking tools on your harness quick and easy.
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Activity:Climbing
Country of Origin:China
Ems_sale:Yes
Head Style:Hammer
Interchangeable Heads:no
Leash Included:no
Leash Type:Leashless
Shaft Rating:B Rated
Weight:1.2 oz / 34 g

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Black Diamond Blizzard Holster Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

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 !

SIMON BENTLEY at Backcountry.com on 10/22/2008

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.

matthewtcox2257980 at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2009

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.

NvHiker at Backcountry.com on 01/05/2010

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.

Matthew Cox at Backcountry.com on 03/30/2009

Works great. Right size and tough enough to handle all my tools. Positions well on Petzl harness.

chasek22013052 at Backcountry.com on 03/27/2008

Neutral Reviews:

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.

Scott Sala at Backcountry.com on 12/03/2008