Black Diamond Syncline

Priced: $52.95 - $79.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Black Diamond Syncline Poles Features.

Black Diamond Syncline Poles.
The two-section poles go well with hikers and backpackers who don't often have their poles strapped to their packs. It offers great stability and support when the compact ability of a three-section pole isn t needed. The Black Diamond Syncline Poles features include an easy-to-use FlickLock adjustment to easily adjust this pole for your convenience. The non-slip foam grip with lower extended padded section below the grips will give you added flexibility to hold the poles at a lower position. The carbide tips can handle rock, ice, dirt and snow without wearing out and the replaceable flex tips are designed to break away if the pole gets stuck to avid damage to the shaft. The threaded section below the low profile trekking basket allows you to quickly and securely attach the included wide powder baskets to convert these Black Diamond Syncline Poles into four season poles, either for hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing poles.
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Key Features.


  • It comes with a rubber grip with nylon webbing strap to give you that extra grip when you need it


  • 86cm collapsed length
  • 86-145cm usable length
  • Two-section design halves the length of these poles so you can strap them on your back

Traction and Grip:

  • The non-slip foam grip extension offers added flexibility so you can hold it at a lower position


  • FlickLock adjustment system locks in place without complicated internal mechanisms that can jam or break
  • 575g per pair
  • The long Flex Tips, low-profile Trekking Baskets and Powder Baskets allow this trekking pole to be used for any season
  • For an easy adjustment access, you can utilize its single FlickLock
  • Interchangeable tips keep you ready for ever-changing conditions
  • 2-section adjustability
Rocky Mountain Trail

A simple, two-section pole with a foam grip extension and FlickLockĀ® adjustability, the Syncline provides affordable support and comfort on the trail.
A simple, two-section pole with a foam grip extension for affordable support and comfort, the Black Diamond Syncline Trekking Pole gives you full adjustability thanks to its FlickLock adjustment. The pole also features two kinds of interchangeable baskets for 4-season customization.
The lightweight Black Diamond Syncline Trekking Pole keeps you trucking on the trail by taking some of the weight off of your back and adding power to your stride. The ergonomic handles are so comfortable that you might want to try walking on your hands after your feet get tired.
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Additional Info:Series : Mountain
Collapsed Length :86 cm (34 in)
Features:Flick Lock, Interchangeable Tips
Length:Collapsed Length : 96.5, 38 in
Number Of Poles Included:2
Packed Size:38 in / 96.5
Sections:2 Section
Series :Mountain
Upc, Ean, Isbn:793661157755
Usable Length :86-145cm (34-57 in)
Weight:Weight Per Pair : 580 g, 1 lb 4 oz
Weight Per Pair :586 g (1 lb 5 oz)
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Black Diamond Syncline Reviews:


I got these poles off steepandcheap for cheap. I have liked them, but recently they started to bend at the lock. They have 500+ hard miles on them (NM,AZ,NV,CA,UT,CO), so I guess they are pretty tough. I like that they only 2 sections sense I usually keep them in my hands and not in my bad. I think they may be bending quicker though due to the longer sections.

EZSlacker at on 02/13/2013

My poles are tough and light a=for all day packing. I love them and at a total value to boot!

Jonathan at on 08/27/2012