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Day-in, day-out durability that takes what the backcountry dishes out.

Black Diamond's versatile Traverse Ski Poles are the trusty workhorses of backcountry ski touring. Durable aluminum construction takes the beating that you put on them up in the mountains. Black Diamond's FlipLock Pro system allows for quick easy adjustments and security. Large baskets and lightweight materials keep you moving quick through deep snow, and Black Diamond even designed a grip specifically for the gram-counters, to keep things light.

  • 16mm aluminum upper—18mm aluminum lower
  • Touring Series grip with fluted interior
  • Touring Series strap with lightweight webbing and ladder-lock buckle
  • Lightweight grip extension
  • 100mm powder basket
  • FlickLock Pro adjustability

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These poles I got when I desperately needed new poles, we whet to REI to look for poles but they had no poles to choose from. So it was either a pair of $160 smith poles that didn't quite fit or $20 (with $20 off coupon) ugly orange flame poles that will probably grow with me until the day they break (they are really long.). I chose the orange flame poles . I have seen many people over the 4 years I've had these poles have the same poles except like really bent up and stuff, so I don't know how they got theirs that way, but mine minus a few scratches (I got this year from a big crash I had) have been perfect. I do think Black Diamond should change a few things though put out more girly designs so these poles would interest me more to pick them up in the first place and add holes at the top for knuckle guards because I really want to add them but there is no where to put them. Other than that these poles are pretty good. Nothing fancy just plain ski poles.