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Compactor Ski Poles - 2012

$119.95 $77.97

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Item# BD11152600001251
$119.95 $77.97

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Description

Combining our innovative folding Z-Pole technology with winter functionality, the Black Diamond Compactor is a four-season aluminum pole that collapses to an ultra-compact package for easy storage and now features our FlickLock® Pro adjustability. FlickLock Pro offers up to 20 cm of adjustability and dramatically improved clamping force in a low-profile design, and its speed cone deployment takes the pole from stored to deployed in a matter of seconds. The Compactor's small pack size makes it ideal for backcountry snowboarding, snowshoeing and winter travel.

  • 3-section foldable aluminum shaft with speed cone deployment
  • Touring Series grip with fluted interior for weight reduction
  • Touring Series strap with lightweight webbing and plastic ladder-lock buckle
  • Textured grip extension for quick, secure choke-ups
  • 100 mm (4 in) Compact Powder Baskets with 2-section pole capture
  • FlickLock Pro security and adjustability up to 20 cm

FLICKLOCK PRO

FLICKLOCK® PRO

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 :  
[105-125 cm] 625 g (1 lb 6 oz)
[115-135 cm] 640 g (1 lb 7 oz)
Series :   Touring Series
Usable Length :  
105-125 cm (41-49 in)
115-135 cm (45-53 in)

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Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Splitboarders best friend If your a backcountry skier or splitboarder, you know a good set of poles is mucho importante. The Compactor poles get the job done. I love the size of them when collapsed. Plus they adjust accordingly with the flicklock when in ski touring mode. In the past there'd always be that slim chance of losing a pole strapped to my pack while backcountry snowboarding. The BD Compactors fit nicely inside my pack and I have less to worry about when riding down the mountain. I can just enjoy the ride. May 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Good product for a few months I am very disapointed. I use it for less than a full winter and all of a sudden on a long touring tour, one of them was broken. The piece inside which is suppose to lock the upper part did move and slide inside and was stuck. After a good hour of trying to remove it I succeed. But at hme with plenty of tools and not on the field. I fix this problem with putting some punch point. Unfortunately 2 more days out and I had the same issue on the other pole. But this time the metallic piece is stuck and I can not take it out. A friend of mine with the same pole had the same issue on one of them. May 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Splitboarding made easy So the Good: they are light, super compact, adjustable, strong and THEY FIT INSIDE YOUR PACK! No more clipping trees, smacking the back of your head or falling out of straps. They are durable enough to ski with but I don't recommend it. The Bad: So the shafts do roll in the lower section, turning the baskets and makes flipping climbing wire awkward at times. They don't strap on the outside of a pack very well unless you tie them (BC Straps work great) so be sure to have room in your pack for them. it can get tight. The ...ugly(?): After a full season of touring 2-4 days a week the plastic around the lower cables that hold the pole together have broken open, probably from not storing them properly or trying to deploy them too quickly. Either way it was my fault. Also a plus, if you happen to bend them, they can still be folded up unlike 3 piece telescoping poles. May 3, 2013
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