ARVA Light 240 Probe

ARVA Light 240 Probe
ARVA Light 240 Probe
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Light 240 Probe by ARVA
No backcountry avalanche kit is complete without a high-quality probe. Arm yourself with the Arva Light 240 Probe and head to the mountains with less than half a pound of life-saving aluminum tucked in your pack. The KEVLAR tension locking system allows for quick and reliable assembly, and the eight-foot probe is marked every 5cm for accurate depth readings when you're digging pits.

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SKU: CMA0030
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