I was a little intimidated by the beacons out there on the market. So many features, so many types, it was hard to narrow it down. I am not super experienced with avy beacon…
- Kenneth, 01/10/12
Salt Lake City
When you need to use it, you want something that is easy, fast and reliable. This hits all those sweet spots, and is a pretty good price for saving a life! It fits pretty snug…
- Mallory, 12/18/13
Somewhere outside or inside.
Very nice, helpful tool. I've not used it that much, but the times that I have it's pretty cool.…
- John, 11/04/12
Out here in the Cascades there is a lot of talk on the message boards about which probe to carry and use, and strangely Moosejaw doesn't carry the most popular one, the Black…
- Eric, 01/03/13
Great! This probe assembles super fast and easy, the little black cones at the top of each segment makes this significantly faster to assemble than poles with out it. It's als…
- Olga, 07/31/12
I decided to wait a year to write a review so I could see how well they would hold up AND they held up great and still look great. They are very durable and look great with m…
- Andrew, 09/06/11
About Avalanche Rescue and Safety Gear:
Avalanches suck, nobody wants to be buried alive under a bunch of snow. Even avalanches of jellybeans can be dangerous, although more delicious.
An avalanche is a wicked powerful force of nature so it’s going to take some proper planning if survival is something you are fond of. Avalanche gear, including probes, transceivers and an Avalung can significantly increase your chances if ever you find yourself on the receiving end of a pile of snow several meters deep.
The RECCO system and intrepid adventuring companions with collapsible carbon fiber poles can be the difference between laughing about it later or… well don’t worry about the or because we’ve got the gear you need to keep yourself safe.