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Carbon Probe Ski Poles - 2012

$129.95 $84.47



Item# BD11150200001001
$129.95 $84.47

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One tool for two jobs, the Black Diamond Carbon Probe pulls double duty as both a ski pole and an avalanche probe. In addition to its stiff, lightweight design and Freeride Series grip and strap, the pole's carbon fiber lower works in tandem to create a 182 cm probe, making it the ideal backcountry freeride pole. We also added our new low-profile FlickLock Pro® locking mechanism for dramatic improvements in clamping force.

  • 18 mm (.71 in) aluminum upper with 16 mm (.63 in) carbon fiber lower
  • Freeride Series grip with grippy, dual-density rubber in palming zone and an aggressive hooking point for leveraging bars and buckles
  • Freeride Series strap with easy-access design and lengthened pull tab hangs open and distributes weight evenly across the hand
  • Lower shafts screw together to form a 182 cm (71.5 in) probe (using 100-125 cm poles)
  • 100 mm (4 in) Powder Baskets
  • FlickLock Pro adjustability and security



FlickLock Pro is the evolution of our trusted FlickLock design. The benefits that made our classic FlickLock design the best pole-locking mechanism on the market remain: it’s secure, fast and easy to use. The Pro’s new low-profile, stainless steel design, however, provides a dramatic improvement in quality, feel and clamping force.


Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :  
[100-125 cm] 610 g (1 lb 6 oz)
[115-140 cm] 625 g (1 lb 9 oz)
Series :   Freeride Series
Usable Length :  
100-125 cm (39-49 in)
115-140 cm (45-55 in)

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Heavier than I thought. These poles are significantly heavier than my previous carbon fiber poles. It may be due to the locking mechanisms and the larger powder baskets. February 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Pole, Not Good Probe I think these poles are nifty as ski poles, love the flicklock system, but I highly discourage folks from relying on them as a probe. The probe is time-consuming to transition to, and is difficult with gloves on, and not to mention not very long when put together. Just buy a real probe, don't risk it. September 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Right Hand Man I used some old aluminum poles as a substitute last year and I missed my carbon probe ski poles. The are my stability on the way up and down. Great Product. May 21, 2013
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