Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lightweight carbon fiber construction, super-comfortable premium cork grips, and dual FlickLock Pro adjustability make the Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Cork Solo Trekking Pole ideal for weight-sensitive adventures that may require a little extra stability.

- EMS

You could whittle a cumbersome, non-collapsible walking stick from hardwood, or you could just grab the Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo Trekking Pole. Made from 100% carbon fiber, this adjustable trekking pole weighs in at a featherlight 9 ounces and has a comfy cork top that enables a variety of grip positions.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . The Black Diamond Equipment Alpine Carbon Solo trekking pole gives you added stability in an ultralight carbon package, keeping your pack bulk-free by adjusting down to 23 inches. Available Colors: CARBON/ CORK.

- Sierra Trading Post

Lightweight and functional, the 100% carbon fiber Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo trekking pole is perfect for when you need a bit of stability on the trail. Dual FlickLock Pro adjustability offers security and ease of adjustment, while a three-section design compacts down to a stowable size that won't snag when strapped to the outside of a pack. An interchangeable carbide Tech Tip can be easily switched for a rubber Tech Tip (sold separately) to accommodate different trail surfaces.

- CampSaver.com

The light and compact Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo trekking pole gives you added stability when hiking and stows easily in your pack.

- REI

Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo

Discontinued

The Alpine Carbon Solo has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$41.97 - $89.95

The Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 26, 2015 at EMS.

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