CAMP Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Camp USA Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe FEATURES of the Camp USA Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe One of the world's lightest avalanche probes! Marked every 5 cm for measuring depth Complete with bright orange carrying bag SPECIFICATIONS of the Camp USA Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe Weight: 4.7 oz / 133 g Full Length: 94.5in. / 240 cm Packed Length: 15.7in. / 40 cm Segments: 6 Cord: Dyneema 2 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Shave weight from your alpine or avy pack with CAMP's Carbon Fiber Avy Probe - a 4.7-ounce wonder crafted with 11 mm carbon fiber. This lightweight probe maintains its stiffness and assembles quickly thanks to a series of tapered aluminum ferrules, and when not needed, it folds to a compact 17 inches. Marked every 5 cm.

- Mountain Gear

The CAMP Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe is the lightest avalanche probe anywhere around! Aluminum alloy ferrules ensure stiffness and they self-align for fast deployment when you need it most. The CAMP Carbon Fiber Avalanche Probe comes with a bright orange carrying case so you see it in a hurry. Marked at every 5 cm, this probe gives you quick and accurate measuring depth, so there is one less thing for you to worry about . Limited to stock on hand Weight: 133 g, 4.7 ozSpecs: Full Length: 242 cm, 7 ft 11in Packed Length: 43 cm, 17 in

- OMCgear

The CAMP Carbon Light Probe weighs a ridiculously light 4.3 ounces, making it one of the lightest avalanche probes available. Not only does this CAMP probe shave ounces from your pack for fast-and-light backcountry trips, it has all the features you need for safe travel in avalanche terrain. This 240-centimeter carbon fiber probe includes five-centimeter marks for accurate snow-pit study and a single-pull setup.