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Alpine Carbon Solo Trekking Pole

$89.95 $62.96 USD



Compact and lightweight with a carbon fiber construction and FlickLock® Pro adjustability, the Alpine Carbon Solo excels at alpine approaches and stows easily when not in use.
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$89.95 $62.96 USD

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Lightweight and functional, the 100% carbon fiber Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo trekking pole is perfect for when you need a bit of stability on the trail. Dual FlickLock® Pro adjustability offers security and ease of adjustment, while a three-section design compacts down to a stowable size that won't snag when strapped to the outside of a pack. An interchangeable carbide Tech Tip can be easily switched for a rubber Tech Tip (sold separately) to accommodate different trail surfaces.

  • 100% carbon fiber construction
  • Natural cork grip top and 360-degree padded webbing strap
  • Dual FlickLock Pro
  • Interchangeable carbide Tech Tip and low-profile Trekking Basket
  • Single pole



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

Series :   Alpine
Usable Length :   59-115 cm (23-45 in)
Collapsed Length :   59 cm (23 in)
Weight :   255 g (9 oz)

Recommended Use


Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A single pole? I picked this up because it has a cork top. My other poles are rubber topped and gave me blisters when palming it for support on long steep descents. I use a mega mid tarp tent as well and fore go the center pole that comes with the tent for two trekking poles during set up. I guess I just don't get the single pole concept, I would have bought a pair if offered with the cork top option. Poles come in pairs, like skis and shoes. Anyway, I look forward to many blister free miles next summer. January 31, 2014
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