Retailers' Descriptions

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G3's Lightest Adjustable Pole G3's premium backcountry ski pole, the Via Carbon is stiff, light, and durable. Primed for big ski touring missions or ski mountaineering adventures, the Via Carbon is begging to go places. Material Upper Shaft: 18mm Carbon Fibre Lower Shaft: 16mm Carbon Fibre Features Ergonomic dual density plastic grip shaped for comfort & precision QuickFlick Utility Tab - Flick your binding risers or buckles with ease Backcountry Strap - Comfortable, form fitting, and easily removable Side Hill Grip - Lightweight and simple lower grip position for side-hill ski touring Reliable Connections - Forged Aluminum lever with a simple to use offset cam Asymetric Powder Basket - Reduces drag & eliminates cantilever effect in hard pack snow Flex Ferrules - Protects lower shaft. Easily replaceable Carbide Tip - Grips securely on ice and rock. Provides long term durability Trekking / Snag Proof Basket - Comes with extra trekking baskets for spring/summer use

- Bentgate.com

The Big Agnes Slater 2+ Tent is a superlight tent with plenty of floor space for backcountry living. Trail life sometimes needs a little extra space, whether you desire plenty of space on your own, or Are sharing with another. Plenty of privacy available, with a single large door for entry and exit. Throw the fly on to protect against wet weather and it will also create a large single vestibule for protecting your boots and pack. Features of the Big Agnes Slater 2+ Tent DAC angle SF hub allows for High volume pole architecture which creates steeper walls increasing livable space and head room Rear hub adds stability in 3+ season conditions SL2+ feature single door and vestibule Side access vestibule provides dry front entry The vestibule's side zipper entry increases covered storage space Doors feature a zippered window with mesh for ventilation and a full zip option for 3+ season conditions Storm flaps on vestibule zipper SL2 two fly vents Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly Reflective guy lines and webbing on tent corners Easy grip zipper pulls DAC featherlite NSL pole system with lightweight Angle SF hubs Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame Hub pole design SL2: 3 interior mesh pockets and 10 superlight aluminum J stakes Gear loft loops included

- Moosejaw

The G3 VIA Carbon Telescopic Ski Pole is light, tough, and ready to handle all your alpine objectives, from powdery tours to big lines to summer treks. The aluminum cam lock gives the VIA 30mm of usable range, and the removable backcountry strap makes it easy to use in the resort or the backcountry. The ergonomic dual-density grip and side-hill grip make it easy to use the VIA on the way up and the way down, and the interchangeable baskets let you rip powder or handle rocky hikes without breaking a sweat.

- Backcountry.com

G3's premium backcountry ski pole, the Via Carbon is stiff, light, and durable. Primed for big ski touring missions or ski mountaineering adventures, the Via Carbon is begging to go places.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Built strong and light for big ski touring missions or ski mountaineering adventures, G3and#39;s Via Carbon backcountry ski poles feature adjustable shafts made of lightweight carbon fiber and include powder and trekking baskets. Available Colors: BLUE. Sizes: LONG, SHORT.

- Sierra

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previously retailed for:
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The G3 VIA Carbon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 27, 2019 at Bentgate.com.

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