Black Diamond Syncro Elliptic

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Full of features at an affordable price, the new Black Diamond Syncro Trekking Poles utilizes Elliptic Technology for the most rapid, smooth and foolproof adjustments with the Auto-Lock Binary and Elliptic FlickLock systems. Syncro Elliptic technology is 90% stiffer fore and aft with elliptic FlickLock upper and Binary Lower adjustment. For control with chafe-free, all-day comfort, the Syncro features a soft rubber grip and simple padded webbing. On the other end, it's equipped with a Short Flex Tip and a low-profile, non-snagging trekking basket.

- CampSaver.com

Rove right up the mountainside, arms and legs in sync, with the Syncro Elliptic trekking poles from Black Diamond. Your joints won't hurt thanks to their non-rotating shape that provides ergonomic comfort and strength while you grip them tightly 360-degree padded webbing.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . The Black Diamond Equipment Syncro Elliptic trekking poles use the Auto-Lock Binary and FlickLockand#174; locking mechanisms to get your poles adjusted quickly and easily. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Synchro Elliptic Pole (Pair) DECENT FEATURES of the Black Diamond Synchro Elliptic Pole Foam grip with 360-degree padded webbing strap Elliptic FlickLock upper and Auto-Lock Binary lower adjustment Non-rotating shape for ergonomic comfort and strength Short Flex Tips and low-profile Trekking Baskets The SPECS Usable Length: 40 - 55in. / 101 - 140 cm Collapsed Length: 25in. / 63 cm Weight: Per Pair: 1 lb 5 oz / 604 g

- Moosejaw

Black Diamond Syncro Elliptic

Discontinued

The Syncro Elliptic has been discontinued. It last appeared in Black Diamond's 2011 product line.

MSRP:
$109.95

The Black Diamond Syncro Elliptic is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 23, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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