Black Diamond QuickDraw Super Tour 265
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The Black Diamond QuickDraw Super Tour Probe 265 is the most versatile of Black Diamond avalanche probes, and an essential component for any skiing or snowmobile avalanche gear setup. Blends lightweight yet strong construction with a long length and maximum compactability. The best length-to-weight ratio in an avalanche probe, with the high quality backing of Black Diamond Equipment. Lightweight and quick to deploy, the Super Tour Probe's QuickDraw Ferrule speed cone system deploys immediately upon being removed from its bag. Made from stiff, over-sized aluminum tubing to pierce frozen debris yet still packs light for portability. Easy-to-read markings every 5 centimeters provide fast depth readings. Rapid deployment stuff sack for a one-pull setup. Nonslip grip because every second counts. Combine with a backcountry avalanche package for the best deal. Call us for details. The Black Diamond 265 Probe is the every-man, every-tour avalanche probe. Color: Cinnamon. Weight: 300 g or 10.6 oz. Length: 265 cm or 99 in. Material: Aluminum
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Deploy the lightning-fast Black Diamond Super Tour 265 when every second counts during rescue work and snow pit analysis in deep snowpacks. The blend of length, light weight, and compactability make this probe ideal for the serious backcountry travelers.
- Mountain Gear
Long enough for deep snowpack, the Black Diamond QuickDraw Super Tour 265 has the best length-to-weight ratio of any probe available. The cable and locking mechanism are housed internally so there are no buttons to accidentally collapse the probe, allowing even the top section to be used.
As the most-versatile probe in the Black Diamond line, the QuickDraw Super Tour Probe 265 has become a favorite of backcountry skiers everywhere. Its tapered ferrel design lets you set up this probe with a single pull. No wasted time inserting sections or screwing down an end cap. Black Diamond gave the QuickDraw Super Tour Probe 265 markings every five centimeters to help with accurate snow pit evaluations.