Black Diamond Distance Carbon Z Trekking Poles

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Our lightest Z-Pole built for mountain athletes and weight conscious adventurers, the Distance Carbon Z is now stronger with improved joint support and more durable, making it the ultimate in folding-pole performance.

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SKU
H15348

Black Diamond’s Distance Carbon Z is our lightest Z-Pole engineered for those who travel fast. With 100% carbon construction, the Distance Carbon Z weighs just 9 ounces and features a three-section foldable design that allows for fast-response deployment. We’ve improved the Distance Carbon Z’s joint support making them 30% stiffer, and they’re now more durable with reinforcements around the locking mechanism and upper shaft. Non-scarring rubber Tech Tips and a lightweight, EVA foam grip round out this pole as a lightweight detail-driven pillar in pole tech.
 

  • Improved joint support and stiffness
  • More durable with added aluminum ring to protect carbon
  • Lightweight, EVA foam grip with breathable, moisture-wicking grip
  • Non-slip EVA foam mini-grip extension
  • Three-section foldable design with speed-cone deployment
  • 100% carbon fiber construction
  • Interchangeable, non-scarring rubber Tech Tips and carbide Tech Tips
  • Stopper basket with shaft catcher to secure folded section

TECH SPECS

Series :  Distance
Weight Per Pair :  [100 cm] 265 g (9.3 oz)
[110 cm] 275 g (9.7 oz)
[120 cm] 285 g (10 oz)
[130 cm] 295 g (10.4 oz)
Usable Length :  [100 cm] 100 cm (39 in)
[110 cm] 110 cm (43 in)
[120 cm] 120 cm (47 in)
[130 cm] 130 cm (51 in)
Collapsed Length :  [100 cm] 33 cm (13 in)
[110 cm] 36 cm (14 in)
[120 cm] 40 cm (16 in)
[130 cm] 43 cm (17 in)
More Information
ManufacturerBlack Diamond
GenderUnisex
ClearanceNo
RangeSpring Summer 19
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price£130.00
Manufacturer's Quoted Weight295g
Adjustable LengthNo
Pole DesignCollapsable
Number of Segments3
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