Black Diamond Expedition Ski Poles

Priced: $67.46 - $99.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Black Diamond Expedition Ski Poles
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Chili Pepper
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Campsaver.com $67.46
25% off
Regularly: $89.95
Backcountry.com $84.96
5% off
Regularly: $89.95
Paragon Sports $89.95
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) $89.95
Mountains Plus Outdoor Gear $99.95
Al's Sports $99.99
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Black Diamond Expedition Ski Poles -

The Black Diamond Expedition Ski Pole is the definition of a versatile, sturdy backcountry ski pole.  The three-piece design is built to give you the stability and durability you need for the descent while still offering a high level of adjustability and packability.  All-aluminum shafts are locked together with two FlickLock Pro clamps for reliable adjustment and quick extension of the pole's 57cm (22in) collapsed length.  A fluted interior grip design and lightweight strap help keep weight at a minimum.

Fabric:

  • Three piece aluminum construction

Insulation:

  • Compresses down to 22 or 24 cm
  • Collapses down to 57cm (22 in)

Sizing:

  • FlickLock Pro has a lower profile, secures the pole length in place, and adjustment is glove friendly

Traction and Grip:

  • Freeride Series grip with grippy, dual-density rubber in palming zone and an aggressive hooking point for leveraging bars and buckles
  • Lightweight grip with fluted interior

Straps:

  • Freeride Series strap with easy-access design and lengthened pull tab hangs open and distributes weight evenly across the wrist
  • Wishbone shaped strap hangs open for easy access, easy to lengthen even with gloves on

Features:

  • 100mm (4in) powder baskets
  • 100 mm (4 in) Powder Baskets
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
When you need three-section packability and versatility, the Black Diamond Expedition ski poles won't let you down during your winter travels.
Campsaver.com
Thanks to its 3-section design and durable aluminum construction, the Black Diamond Expedition is ideal for winter travelers, splitboarders and anyone else looking for maximum packability and versatility. Double FlickLock® Pro adjustability provides dramatically improved clamping force in a low-profile package, and the Freeride Series grip and strap provide a secure and ergonomic fit on the way down.
Paragon Sports
Designed with three sections and two FlickLocks for maximum packability, the Expedition Poles are the traveler's choice.
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100% Aluminum:18 mm upper, 16 mm middle, 14 mm lower
Adjustment Method:Snap-lock
All aluminum:18 mm (.71 in) upper, 16 mm (.63 in) middle and 14 mm (.55 in) lower
Antishock:No
Basket Diameter:4 in.
Grip Material:Synthetic
Grip Type:Straight
Material:Aluminum
Max. Length:49 in. / 55 in.
Min. Length:22.4 in. / 24 in.
Number Of Poles Included:2
Packed Size:22 - 24 in / 57 - 62 cm
Pair/Single:Pair
Pole Material:Aluminum
Sections:3 Section
Weight:1 lb 6 oz / 630 g
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Black Diamond Expedition Ski Poles Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

What more can I say, after years of not using poles for hiking I joined the ranks and grabbed a pair of adjustable poles, only to have them continue to slip when applying pressure. I went back to my old standby standard ski poles. Then came along a gift of BD Expedition poles. I've used them on tons of hikes in the PNW and Wasatch mountains and won't leave home on a hike without them.
They're a great tool to help support heavy loads when trekking to base camp. I've also used just a solo along with my trusty BD ice axe when conditions go from steep to low angle. The locks are very easy to use and clamp tightly, while the straps are simple and fast to adjust even on the move.
Only problem I've had is losing baskets, but I tend to find another someone else has lost and it all works out. A great solution for this is an old school method of heating up a little linseed oil and placing on the baskets before sliding them in place.

Scott Scooter Sowle at Backcountry.com on 11/24/2013

Original: I have yet to use these poles, but I can already tell my baskets are going to be gone after my first run. The pole and basket have grooves, which makes it look like they are to be screwed on, however one good tug and the basket comes off easier than it was to put it on. Disappointed
Update: Finally tweaking with the pole, I did the same as MrPoopypants, just jammed it on the collapse pole to go past the threads and I have not had a problem since. So far I have 20 days on them and they have held up. Hope this update helps!

Peska at Backcountry.com on 11/27/2013

Seems like the other reviewers are not putting their snow baskets on properly. They are quite difficult to put on and off, and I have used mine for months and have yet to loose any.
What else can I say, its a ski pole. The grips are good, the leashes are adjustable and the flip locks hold tight. And if they don't from the factory you can adjust those too. Great ski pole for backcountry touring, backpacking, mountaineering and skiing.

Rabbit at Backcountry.com on 12/24/2013

Negative Reviews:

The very first time I used these poles, both the powder baskets were gone within a couple of hours. I have no idea when or how they fell off, but they're gone and it's pretty disappointing.

J Marie at Backcountry.com on 11/12/2013

Don't know why everybody uses these for split board poles, check out the Black diamond Compactor poles!?

Braden Price at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2013