Black Diamond Contour Elliptic Carbon

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Black Diamond Contour Elliptic Carbon -

Sleek and lightweight, the Black Diamond Contour Elliptic Carbon Trekking Pole is our high-end, 4-season pole with a carbon fiber upper shaft. The unique elliptic shaft shape provides added stiffness while toting heavy loads, and the three-section design with dual FlickLock adjustability lets you customize the pole to the situation and trail condition. For added specialization, the pole's interchangeable carbide Tech Tips can easily be switched out for our rubber Tech Tips (sold separately) to handle changing trail surfaces.

Fabric:

  • Shock-absorbing carbon fiber construction in the upper shaft

Sizing:

  • 62.5cm collapsed length
  • 70-140cm usable length

Comfort:

  • Elliptic shape for ergonomic comfort and strength

Traction and Grip:

  • Textured grip extension
  • Dual-density grip top and 360-degree nubuck strap

Features:

  • 542g per pair
  • Sold in pairs
  • Double FlickLocks
  • Interchangeable carbide Tech Tips, low-profile trekking baskets and Powder Baskets
  • Carbide Tech Tips can easily be switched out for our rubber Tech Tips (sold separately)
  • FlickLock adjustments are glove-friendly and suitable for winter use
  • Three-section design with dual FlickLock adjustability lets you customize the pole to the situation and trail condition
  • Elliptic shape of the shaft provides twice the fore and aft stiffness of round-shafted poles
  • The unique elliptic shaft shape provides added stiffness while toting heavy loads
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With ergonomic, extended grips, innovative locking mechanisms, and aluminum/carbon hybrid construction, Black Diamond Contour Elliptic Carbon trekking poles are high-performance options for any and all types of backcountry adventure.

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Adjustment Method:Flick-lock
Antishock:No
Basket Diameter:1.5 in.
Grip Material:Foam
Grip Type:Straight
Item Weight:19 oz/pair
Max. Length:55 in.
Maximum Length:53.1" (135 cm)
Min. Length:27 in.
Minimum Length:27.4" (69.5 cm)
Number Of Sections:3
Pair/Single:Pair
Pole Material:Carbon
Recommended Use:High-Performance, Ultra-Lightweight Hiking and Backpacking
Type:Carbon Fiber upper shaft w/ Aluminum lower shafts
Warranty:1 Year
Weight:1 lb. 3 oz.
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Black Diamond Contour Elliptic Carbon Reviews:

Reviews:

Top of the heap!

These poles showed no evidense of even trying to collapse unlike some. I used these hiking in Montana and then hiking in the Smokies during hurricane Sandy which dropped unusal snow depths.

These poles were stiffer than any I've seen. I was looking for a pole that stayed exactly where I put it, period!
Craig at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012

ScottB

Never used anything else, so don't have much to compare to... but no need to go anywhere else when you are perfectly happy. Poles are strong, light and comfortable. And I love the face that i can change out the tips if after time I wear them down.
ScottB at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012