The Mammut Probe 320 Fast Lock is here for mountain guides and aspiring backcountry skiers of all stripes. The generous 320-centimeter length means you can better detect deeply buried victims, or take measurements in deep snowpack, while the 45-centimeter collapsed length allows this probe to fit easily into most ski-touring packs. Since time is of the essence in a backcountry emergency, Mammut used its Fast Lock deploy system to help you save time when it really counts, and the 13mm diameter aluminum shaft is plenty durable to handle even the stiffest of avalanche debris.
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