Black Diamond Expedition 3 Pole Pair


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Expedition trekking poles

The Black Diamond Expedition 3 ski or trekking pole pair are serious poles for serious users. if you need a pole that will take you to the harshest places on earth and back again then this could be the pole for you. With large range of sizes from 62 to 140cm, these poles will stow on or in your pack easily whilst working well for really steep ground, both up and down-hill. They come with comfy extended foam handles that will stop your fingers sticking to the metal when its super cold and large snow baskets. Also included are trekking baskets and the handle features an easy to adjust wrist strap, whilst the FlickLock locking mechanism is relaible whatever the conditions of the environment or the poles themselves.

  • 520 g per pair
  • In use length 62-140cm
  • Collapsed length 62cm


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