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Whether you're starting up the skin track on a bluebird powder day or exploring red rock canyons in summer, grab the Black Diamond Women's Ultra Mountain FL Trekking Pole. Sized specifically to suit the female form, these trekking poles combine the speed and convenience of the Z-Pole deployment system with the versatility of a Flick Lock Pro adjustment clasp. EVA foam grips ensure all-day comfort, and the interchangeable carbide and rubber tips allow you to adapt the poles to perform on every type of terrain.

  • Durable aluminum construction provides a low weight of just over a pound per pair
  • Z-Pole speed cone deployment allows you to instantly assemble the three-section pole by pulling the grip and first shaft section away from each other
  • Z-Pole system allows you to collapse the pole with a single push of a button
  • Single Flick Lock Pro adjustment on the top shaft section allows you to quickly adjust the length to suit the terrain
  • Shorter lengths and soft contact points provide women-specific performance
  • EVA foam grips with moisture-wicking straps provide all-day comfort and support
  • EVA mini-grip extension allows you to quickly choke-up on the pole on steep sections of trail
  • Includes Flex Tech carbide tips and rubber tips
  • Includes 60mm Trekking Baskets and Compactor Powder Baskets
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Great pole with 1 serious safety issue

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I really love this pole (mens version). I've been using is for splitboarding in the Alps for the past seasons and a half. It is much more compact so it doesn't end up stabbing you in the back of the head when making heavy toe side turns with an arched back like normal telescoping poles often can. The compactness is great for mountaineering when you need to start climbing too.

However, there is 1 potentially serious flaw that you need to be aware of. The aluminum can freeze in the open position, rendering the pole almost impossible to collapse. More than once this happened to me, and in one situation it was a safety issue as it was a critical section which was awkward with a fully extended pole.

I've found it sometimes works to take off your glove (ugh, sometimes very painful if cold) and rub the joint vigorously in your palm, heating it with friction. If you're lucky it will melt the moisture that has caused it to freeze shut.

Backcountry trekking

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been using these poles on long days through the Tetons and always grateful to have them along on steep loose downhills for extra comfort and faster movement. These poles adjust well and have proven to be sturdy and reliable. And, I like the color. The grips are comfortable and where I used to get blisters using ski poles, I have no issues with these. Recommend them..

I'm looking for a really good do-it-all pole (splitboarding/snowshoeing in the winter, backpacking in the summer) - would this one be a good choice?