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Black Diamond
Trail Trekking Pole (Women's)

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A women's-specific pole that's equally suited to casual weekend jaunts and extended backpacking trips, the Black Diamond Women's Trail Trekking Pole expertly balances comfort, features and affordability. The women's-specific size and grip and plush-lined padded strap account for the female form, while the dual FlickLocks provide total adjustability to suit the terrain at hand. The pole's interchangeable carbide Tech Tips can easily be swapped for our rubber Tech Tips (sold separately) to deal with variable trail surfaces.

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Features

  • Women's-specific, dual-density grip and plush-lined, 360-degree padded webbing strap
  • Non-slip foam grip extension
  • Double FlickLocks
  • Interchangeable carbide Tech Tips, low-profile Trekking Baskets and Powder Baskets
  • Usable Length : 59-125 cm (23-49 in)
  • Collapsed Length : 59 cm (23 in)

Gender: Women's
Weight: 442 g (15.6 oz) Per Pair
Dimensions: Usable Length : 59-125 cm (23-49 in)
Season: S14
Vendor ProductId: BD112155
Review ProductId: 40452

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  • Q:

    is it colapsible?
    Is it of TSA approved material to carry on board a flight?
    Asked on 6/29/2014 by hiker from nyc

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The three sections slide together, so it's collapsible, but I can't confirm that TSA will want you carrying an aluminum trekking pole aboard a plane; in my experience, what is and is not enforced will vary widely by airport and the TSA crew you happen to encounter. You might do well to call the specific airport first and discuss the person in charge of TSA operations there, which I have done on several occasions.

      Answered on 7/1/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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