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Need a functional, adjustable pole for the backcountry but not willing to break the bank on the carbon fiber jobs? The Black Diamond Boundary Ski Pole is the ticket. The soft, ergonomic grip features an aggressive hook shape for adjusting heel risers and boot buckles, and the durable aluminum shaft will take some beatings. The Boundary will be your go-to whether you're charging the frontside, hiking the backbowls, or going for some all-out backcountry.

  • 18mm aluminum upper—16mm aluminum lower
  • Freeride series grip and strap
  • Grippy, dual-density rubber
  • Aggressive hooking point
  • 100mm powder baskets
  • FlickLock Pro adjustability
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Great Value + Compatible w/ BD Whippet

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Light, durable and simple. Not to mention its also compatible with my BD Whippet. Perfect. No need to travel with extra shafts and they fit great in my ski bag for long trips over seas. Not to mention, you can remove the baskets, and shorten the shafts for easier packing back pulling them all the way out into four pieces. These things really travel great and I'm never worried they'll break. Incredible bang for your buck.

Great Value + Compatible w/ BD Whippet

Black Diamond Boundary Ski Pole

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Nice poles,
They are not the lightest poles ever but work well for many different activities. I use them for backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and on my wife. I highly recommend them. :)

So far, so good.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

After my old BD traverse poles went missing at the resort, I decided to pull the trigger on these poles, and so far I've been really impressed. I use them for both backcountry and resort skiing, and I must say that the new FlickLock system definitely out performs the old version. I was skeptical at first since it looks a lot more fragile, but I've never had these poles slip while I'm skiing or skinning, which was something that happened quite a bit with my old adjustable Black Diamond poles. The finish on them wears away quickly, but I prefer my gear to look a little worn, rather than minty fresh. Overall, they're a great pair of poles for resort and backcountry skiing.

What is the collapsible length of these poles?