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Warning: Attempting to walk on your hands while using trekking poles can result in injury and you looking like a complete moron.
- FlickLock adjustment system locks in place without complicated internal mechanisms that can jam or break
- Two-section design halves the length of these poles so you can strap them on your back
- Interchangeable tips keep you ready for ever-changing conditions
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Black Diamond Syncline Trekking Pole
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got these poles off steepandcheap for cheap. I have liked them, but recently they started to bend at the lock. They have 500+ hard miles on them (NM,AZ,NV,CA,UT,CO), so I guess they are pretty tough. I like that they only 2 sections sense I usually keep them in my hands and not in my bad. I think they may be bending quicker though due to the longer sections.
Tough and light!
My poles are tough and light a=for all day packing. I love them and at a total value to boot!