Black Diamond Trail Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Trail Trekking Poles
Black Diamond Trail Trekking Poles
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Trail Trekking Poles by Black Diamond
With the Trail Trekking Poles, Black Diamond strikes a perfect balance between comfort and reliability, now with an updated grip that's softer than ever. These versatile poles will help you stay upright on the trail, balanced on the skin track, and planting turns on the ski slope-- with interchangeable carbide tech tips, low-profile trekking baskets, and wide powder baskets (sold separately). The Double Flicklock extension system is simple, reliable, and has a low-profile design to improve swing weight, while the padded strap, soft foam grip allow you to hold on all day without developing carpal tunnel or having to smash your piggy bank to afford new poles.

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SKU: BLD00YF
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