Backcountry Access Stealth 300
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The Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Probe is all about providing safety for those who venture deep into the backcountry. This 300-centimeter length probe helps ensure you're able to locate your victim in deep snowpacks.
Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Avalanche Probe. Designed for professionals and deep snowpacks, the Stealth 300 is the burliest option in the Backcountry Access Stealth probe lineup. Backcountry Access' Quick-lock technology guarantees the easiest and fastest assembly on the market. Backcountry Access' nested Stealth probe section helps free up additional storage space in your pack. Say goodbye to flogging cables and deployment hangups. Equipped with lase- etched depth markings and Quick-lock functionality, BCA's Stealth probes are built to last and save valuable seconds during an avalanche rescue when time matters. Weight: 0.75 pounds / 12 ounces / 340 grams Extended Length: 9' 8" / 300 cm Collapsed Length: 19.7" / 50 cm Diameter: 0.51" / 1.3 cm
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
The burliest probe for deep snowpacks and daily use, the laser etched Stealth 300 Probe from Backcountry Access assembles faster and slicker than ever before with the Stealth Quick-Lock tensioning system. This is one of the most refined poles on the market!
- Mountain Gear
BCAs burliest probe for professionals and those traveling in deep snowpacks Laser etched depth markings for added durabilityStealth Quicklock probes guarantee the easiest and fastest assembly on the market while simultaneously freeing up additional storage space in your pack Say goodbye to flogging cables and deployment hangups Stealth QuickLock can save valuable seconds when time mattersFeatures Weight 12 ounces 340 grams Extended Length 9 8 300 cm Collapsed Length 19 48 cm Diameter 49 124 cm
Backcountry Access Stealth 300 Avalanche Probe - This professional-quality, durable, collapsible avalanche probe designed for deep snowpacks can save valuable seconds when time matters most and is an important component in your rescue kit.
- Eddie Bauer