K2 LockJaw Carbon/Carbon
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The ultra lightweight carbon upper and lower shaft are combined with all the multipurpose features that make this adjustable backcountry ski poleprobe the ideal multifunctional tool for adventureSize 4258in 105145cmFeatures Bubble vial inclinometer Molded strap technology Utility hook to adjust heel lifts Lower shafts thread together to form 200cm backup probe
The light K2 LockJaw Carbon Probe ski poles are perfect for backcountry tours. With a built-in inclinometer, backup avalanche probe and snow-depth ruler, they're ready for adventure. Carbon-fiber upper and lower shafts keep the poles light and strong; lower sections screw together to make a backup avalanche probe that is 200cm (78 in.) long. Bubble inclinometer located near the grip lets you easily determine the steepness of a slope before you ski it, an important step in avalanche assessment. LockJaw clamping mechanisms offer glove-friendly clamping and easy release; poles adjusts from 105 - 145cm (42 - 58 in.). BackSide grips feature small notches that work to adjust your binding heel lifts or unbuckle your boots, and lightweight thermoplastic rubber material offers excellent grip. Inverted centimeter markings let you to flip the poles upside down to measure depth of the snowpack. Powder baskets offer a large surface area for maximum flotation in the backcountry; threaded design lets you easily take the baskets off and put them back on. K2 LockJaw Carbon/Carbon backcountry ski poles have lightweight, compression-formed laminate straps that support your wrists and reduce overall weight.
Where to begin . . . the K2 LockJaw Adjustable Carbon/Carbon Probe Pole is a strong, featherweight multipurpose tool that combines a 78-inch probe, snow-depth ruler, and inclinometer. Geek out and gather data, then leave it all in your powdery wake.
The ultralight back of the Lockjaw Carbon / Carbon Probe Poles from K2. A reconfigured lightweight grip, molded strap and featherlight swing weight make these poles a pleasure to use in the mountains. The Lockjaw2 mechanism is rock-solid, and the bubble vial inclinometer provides a good starting point for assessing safety.
- Mountain Gear