Black Diamond Alpine FLZ

 

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Black Diamond Alpine FLZ

The Alpine FLZ trekking poles from Black Diamond have many tricks up their sleeves to make these some of the best and lightest poles available without going to carbon fibre technologies. These Aluminium poles use Black Diamond's Z-pole rapid deployment system which has a concealed inner cord that, when the pole is extended, pulls all sections together and locks them in place in one movement. This reduces time spent adjusting pole lengths to almost nothing. A FlickLock allows for swift adjustments of up to 20cm (15cm on the 95-110cm poles).
A natural cork grip and non-slip EVA foam grip extension allow use on all terains without having to adjust the height of the pole.

Weight Per Pair :  [95-110 cm] 591 g (1 lb 4 oz) [105-125 cm] 600 g (1 lb 5 oz) [120-140 cm] 612 g (1lb 5 oz)
Usable Length :  [95-110 cm] 95-110 cm (37-43 in)
[105-125 cm] 105-125 cm (41-49 in)
[120-140 cm] 120-140 cm (47-55 in)
Collapsed Length :  [95-110 cm] 36 cm (14 in)
[105-125 cm] 40 cm (15 in)
[120-140 cm] 42 cm (16 in)



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