Mountaineering ice axe - NAJA LIGHT PANNE

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Key feature
Versatile ice axe with curved handle and hand rest will allow you to be more efficient through difficult passages.
Users reviews
4.56 / 5 32 ratings

Products benefits

Laser machined banana-shaped pick; sharpened tip and teeth
Shaped for use as a hammer, walking ice axe or as temporary ice tool
Ultralight: 435 g for 54 cm
Ergonomic grip
Shaft with hand rest and good head handling grip.


Blade : 100.0% Steel Handle : 100.0% Aluminium Complementary parts : 100.0% Polyamide 6 Rivet : 100.0% Stainless Steel Grip : 100.0% Rubber - Synthetic
Approved by
Team Simond mountaineers and guides
Availability of spare parts essential to the use of the product: 2 years
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Additional information

- Hardened steel banana shaped pick, effective in packed snow and ice. - Laser machining; sharpened teeth and tip give you pin point accuracy. - Rust resistant surface treatment.
- Lower handle grip gives you traction without taking away handling. - Light overhang and the bottom of the handle for short use as a traction ice axe (crossing a bergschrund or steep passage), while still providing good snow penetration.
- Steel spike for using as a walking ice axe. - Rust resistant surface treatment.
Rounded tip on top for a good hold.
54cm, 60cm
CE, EN13089, UIAA, Type 1

Users reviews

4.56 / 5 32 ratings
31 users recommended this product
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  • Man
    11 December 2019
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
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    Axe adze

    Not had a chance to use yet but found the ok to swing

  • Man
    30 June 2016
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    Please produce more of these!

    On the behalf of mountaineers and alpinists in Europe I would like to ask you to produce a lot more of these! :)

  • Man
    +60 years old
    01 November 2015
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    Lightweight Alpine Ice Axe

    I have been an avid mountain climber and alpinist since my teens. I am also a University Professor of materials science - keenly interested in acquiring sturdy and reliable equipment with the best combination of features. So I have quite a collection of ice-axes (from BD, Grivel, Petzl, etc) purchased over several decades. These include the ultra-light Simond Fox Carving ice tool which has a shaft with a curved and and indented cross-section that confers strength according to engineering I-beam theory. This type of strong but light shaft is now incorporated in the Naja Light ice tools. A full size reverse-curve steel pick is provided and a good adze, along with a spike at the end of the shaft. The axe is suitable for a range of situations, ranging from glacier walking, crevasse protection, ice axe belays, self-arrest and ascent of steep technical ice, such as bergschrunds, and neve. It is equally suitable for winter mountain conditions in the UK, including Scottish winter grades I to IV. It is not intended for ice-fall climbing. In summer Alpine use it is an excellent tool for mixed ascents in regions such as Chamonix /Mont Blanc.It is aesthetically pleasing to use and handle as well as better - in many respects - as many ice axes costing twice the price. In consequence, it is feasible to replace it economically, if necessary, since lightness and function are achieved without incorporating replaceable picks, with their heavy and cumbersome attachment mechanisms. I greatly enjoyed using this ice axe in the Alps this year.