Most good adventures involve a dash of bushwhacking and backcountry exploration, and while moving through ragged boulder fields, mushy swamps, or steep scree will certainly slow you down, it shouldn't make you turn around. You'll be able to power through the tough spots like a champ with the help of the Black Diamond Trail Pro Trekking Poles, which feature a tough aluminum shaft and return of the stellar FlickLock Pro extension system, made of stainless steel to increase clamping force and durability. Whatever terrain you find yourself in, you'll be steady and sure-footed, courtesy of interchangeable rubber and carbide tips and foam grip extensions that are ideal for switchbacks and steep trails. The Trail Pro weighs in even lighter than before, so you'll hardly even notice them whether they're in your hands or lashed to your pack, and Black Diamond updated the soft-foam grip for even better comfort and handling.
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