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The G3 Women’s Speed Pro 240 elle Probe–Elegant, intelligent and strong, just like the women who use it.

The G3 Women’s Speed Pro 240 elle Probe assembles quickly with a pull of the cable and features shorter segment lengths for easier handling and convenient storage in a women’s pack. This backcountry essential incorporates speed cones between segments for ultra-fast assembly and the specially coated stainless steel cable won’t fray or break. This probes oversized tip provides excellent penetration in hard snow and consolidated avalanche debris.

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1 5

Really?!?!?!

I am not really sure why there needs to be a probe for women specifically?
Gender of the probe is not important. hahaha

It is there to be a procaution if shit goes down. And the only thing that makes it female is that it fits in a female pack. What does that mean???

5 5

A fine probe

Quality probe, definitely a reliable probe, the locking mechanism is easy to use wearing gloves.

The "elle" series is simply a color treatment, the cord is green instead of red. This probe is exactly the same as the standard 240 Professional Probe from G3.

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Woman Specific Probe?!

This is kind of a stretch..

What's next...
...a women's niche market of avy gear:

*The G3 Lady Spade: A pink shovel with smaller handle and reduced overall weight...
*The DTS Trackette: a beacon designed to fit more ergonomically in a woman's hand...

The G3 240 Elle Pro Probe amounts to a pile of ish.

You don't need a women's specific probe.
It seems like some form of sexism that this product even exists.

I'm sure there is something comparable in function available for less that 64 dollars...