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Trail Trekking Poles - 2018

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Artikelnummer BD1121540000ALL1
80,00 €
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Allround-Trekkingstock mit der ausgewogenen Mischung aus Komfort, Funktionalität und Preis-/Leistungsverhältnis.
  • Griff aus EVA-Schaumstoff mit Dual-Density und rundum gepolsterte Handschlaufe aus Gurtband.
  • Rutschfeste Griffverlängerung aus Schaumstoff.
  • Zwei FlickLock®-Einstellungssysteme.
  • Austauschbare Tech Tips aus Karbid.
  • Flache Trekking-Teller und Powder-Teller im Lieferumfang enthalten.


Serie :   Mountain
Gewicht pro Paar :   489 g (1 lb 1 oz)
Nutzbare Länge :   63.5-140 cm (25-55 in)
Länge zusammengeschoben :   63.5 cm (25 in)
Trail Trekking Poles - 2018 wurde bewertet mit 4.5 von 5 von 8.
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Great features Very versatile poles. Two locks on each pole allow them to collapse to a fairly short length. Would be nice if they came with soft tips for hiking in warm weather.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2015-01-11
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Old school Never used sticks b4. till a hiking friend rec.d them. First use 4 day 3 night Mt Washington NH. REALLY helpful reducing stress packing in and out. After packing in did the summit without the sticks, that was a mistake. Next day used them all day to recoup. Used them nearly all the time after that on the trip. If you don't use sticks borrow some for a tuff hike, bet you'll buy some.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-10-20
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Great for pilgrimages A year on from my experience of a lifetime, I can’t keep quiet anymore. I need to sing the praises of the Black Diamond Trekking Poles. In my final year of university, I decided my summer would be spent on a pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome. As the date approached, and I was preparing all my equipment for the trip, I knew I needed trekking poles. My requirements were that they be durable and not too expensive. With their metal construction and reasonable price tag, these were perfect. Then, I was in Canterbury. After admiring the soaring cathedral, I loosened my poles from my pack, adjusted their length, and started walking. It was my first time walking with trekking poles, and they felt very natural and comfortable in my hands. Here we go, I thought as the poles clack-clacked against the pavement. 3 months. Walking. Four days in, my achilles tendon were swollen and surged with fire every step I took. I walked too much, too soon. I could no longer walk properly. I was ready to call it quits. Luckily, I had my trekking poles for support. I used them to drag myself to the next town, where I met other pilgrims who gave me the encouragement necessary to continue. From Bessancon, I clack-clacked my way across the Jura and into Switzerland, my trekking poles always in hand. I would have felt naked without them. To get to Italy, I had to cross the alps. Up I went, clack-clack morphing into thump-thump as I walked on trails instead of roads. I almost got lost in the alpine. Finally, I got to the alpine pass, having ascended what amounted to two days for most, in one day. Days later I would meet people who had but heard whispers of my feat. Do you think I used trekking poles for this? Of course I did. As I traversed Tuscany, poles ever-present in my hands, I felt strong walking. All the previous days experience had accumulated into a type of wisdom and rhythm. Periodically, the tip of the pole would get wedged into cobblestone and give me a jolt. But this was not the poles fault. I should have gotten rubber tips instead of the carbide ones I was using. As I walked into villages and towns with my trekking poles and pilgrim beard, I didn’t care how I looked. I felt invincible. On my pilgrimage, I learned to not take things for granted. I felt grateful to my trekking poles, for being with me every step of the way. And I felt grateful to BD, for making such an amazing pair of trekking poles. My trekking poles now reside in the garage. They don’t get much use. As a fit 24-year old, I don’t need them to walk around town. But they are ready for the moment I decide to go trekking again. And I look forward to the next time I will get to spend long days with the Black Diamond Trekking Poles.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-11-28
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Great Trekking Poles I took these on the Salkantay and the Inca Trails and they were exactly what we needed. Perfect for stability, especially on the downhill.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Life saver My wife used her new poles in the Utah National Parks and she said she "loved them" and "they were a life saver!" Hiked with them through the Narrows in Zion and loved how easily they collapsed when putting them away.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-07-01
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Light weight and strong Makes hiking enjoyable, especially for rocky terrain
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2018-01-03
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Great product. I bought this for my husband Christmas 2017. The product is awesome. The only problem I had was with black diamond is when I ordered it. The box was taped with black diamond tape and my husband knew what his gift was. Maybe around the holidays use blank shipping tape.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2018-01-03
Rated 1 von 5 von aus meager I bought these poles a month ago and after a few trekking and a bit of rain one of the laces was practically open as it was not sewn correctly.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2017-09-07
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