Jun 16
Black Diamond Z trekking poles

Gear: Black Diamond Z Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Z trekking poles

It was only a matter of time before someone would look at a tent pole and say, “Hmmm, zat tent pole is very nize. We can use z same technology in our trekking polez.”

Enter Black Diamond trekking poles that collapse allowing them to be super compact.

Things to know about these poles:
They come in three different models – Distance, Alpine and Trail  – with varying weights and pricing.

Things we like about these poles:

Kevlar inner cords for durability.
Über compact.
Strong.
Crazy light.
Interchangeable rubber and carbide tips.
Signature Black Diamond quality.

Things we’d like to see from these poles:

An integrated tent/tarp system. An umbrella attachment (for the carbon model).

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2 Comments

  1. Avatar
    tracy and Jen
    June 17, 2011 at 12:22 am ·

    Kan I yous dem fur valking der hundin?

  2. Avatar
    Chris P.
    June 17, 2011 at 7:38 pm ·

    Ya, and you can fische vis zem too!

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