Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Carbon Probe

Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Carbon Probe
Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Carbon Probe
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Stealth 300 Carbon Probe by Backcountry Access
When it comes to backcountry safety, you want to be efficient and fast with your avalanche gear, which makes the fast, efficient, and lightweight Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Carbon Probe a trifecta of sorts. Its Quick-Lock is both speedy and easy to use with a notch that deploys the probe instantaneously and tucks inside the first probe section to reduce space for compact convenience. Depth markings assist with measuring depth when you're studying snow, and the pole's carbon construction shaves off a few ounces to help you bound backcountry terrain a little easier.

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SKU: BCA001C
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