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Dynafit Broad Peak Carbon Adjustable Ski Pole

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Crazy-strong, capable, and 100% carbon.

Fully carbon and 100% capable, the Dynafit Broad Peak Carbon Backcountry Ski Pole is Dynafit's top-of-the-line telescoping pole for fast, light climbs and bombing downhills. Since you get almost as much strength from your arms as you do your legs, optimize that unheralded power with crazy-light all-carbon poles, especially when climbing and descending in the backcountry. Breaking trail or speeding up skin tracks, this tough and durable pole delivers stability and reliability in the sketchiest of places. Patented Safety Snap locking mechanism eliminates the risk of a loose, sliding pole, and is adjustable with one hand. You can even read the length on the locking lever via a handy window, so you can check the size and get going. The lightweight foam grip has a neoprene loop for comfy security and a print grip zone for easy handling. For aggressive adventures, this is the magic stick.

  • Carbon shaft
  • Safety Snap locking system
  • Gripzone grip
  • Neoprene strap
  • Included baskets
  • Aluminum tip
  • Item #DNF003W

Tech Specs

115 - 145 cm
Adjustable Length
Usable Range
115 - 145 cm
Collapsed Length
115 cm
Locking Mechanism
Safety Snap
Gripzone foam
Included Baskets
Recommended Use
alpine touring
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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Great, until it broke.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I liked these poles a lot, until one broke. I used them lightly for 2 years. Near the end of year two, while backcountry skiing in fresh soft snow, I lightly clipped one pole with my ski and heard it snap like a toothpick. It just sheared off a few inches above the basket.

Unfortunately this happened near the top and I had to come down nearly 2000 feet of challenging terrain with one pole. I will not be buying another pair of these sticks. Light, yes, but expensive and, most importantly, not reliable for backcountry use!

Great backcountry pole until it snapped

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Purchased these poles a couple of weeks ago and have already used them for 18 days, some in bounds and in some deep backcountry treks. Incredibly light, easy to hold and adjust. Made those uphill treks very pleasant...Once locked in place the poles do not move. You do need be careful trying to adjust the poles with gloves or in very cold weather because you can dissemble them... It was -20 with wind chill to -50 so was wearing some burly gloves that made manipulation challenging, but still was able to put them back together without too much trouble.

The baskets are large enough for deep powder and you can adjust the AT heel lifts (I use G3ion) easily while hiking. The tip can bust through ice easily and the pole feels solid despite being so light.
The only possible downside is that a solid inbounds crash on ice is likely to result in a broken pole (rather than just a bent one with aluminum).
I would absolutely get another pair.

In a randonee race another competitor clipped the pole with a ski and snapped it off with very little contact (it was -10F). I was forced to complete the next 10 miles with 1 pole... I have decided to go with a heavier duty pole for any multi-day treks or situations where losing a pole could get you in trouble.

Lightest pole ever!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is an amazing piece of equipment. Black Diamond really thought through the problems with other adjustable ski poles and solved them all. It's light as a feather for hiking all day, has indents for adjusting and locking, and a great swing weight. Be gentle with it however (i.e., don't whack dead pine branches like you would with a steel or aluminum pole), as it will break.