Dynafit Se7en Summits Carbon-Titanal Backcountry Ski Pole

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Dynafit Se7en Summits Carbon-Titanal Backcountry Ski Pole
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Just as important and supportive on the uphill as the downhill, the Dynafit Se7en Summits Carbon-Titanal Backcountry Ski Pole adjusts to your height and terrain choice while remaining ultra-light for long tours. This versatile, height-adjustable backcountry ski pole is lightweight for long tours into the wilderness and strong enough for the biggest descents once you get there.

Support and Cushioning:

  • A wide powder basket gives you power in deep snow and the Alu Flex vario wolfram-carbide tip plunges through thick ice for support in slick spots


  • Safety Snap locking mechanism can be opened and closed with a gloved hand, slides easily, and clamps down for a secured lock that doesn't slide


  • Adjusts between 115 and 145cm, so you can dial in the size for your height or current climbing angle

Traction and Grip:

  • Full-foam grip and neoprene strap let you tour with comfort and ensure you don't loose your pole


  • Made of a titanal upper shaft and a carbon lower for the strongest and lightest performance
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Dynafit Se7en Summits Carbon-Titanal Backcountry Ski Pole Review:


I bought these poles for my wife at the beginning of last winter. On the positive, the poles have a super light swing weight, nice grips, and a good locking mechanism. On the down side the carbon fiber shaft snapped after 30~40 backcountry days. The poles were never used resort skiing and were not abused in anyway. Not sure why it snapped. Maybe due to the twisting / cross load associated with spinning dynafit bindings? The carbon shafts are not round (they have a flat side) so I wonder if a stress builds up along the flat edge.

lebp324782 at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2013