Black Diamond Razor Carbon Pro Ski Pole
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Black Diamond Razor Carbon Pro Ski Pole

Black Diamond Razor Carbon Pro Ski Pole is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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3 Star Rating
3.0
$139.95

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Product Description Item No.   10317661

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Razor Carbon Pro Ski Pole

  • SwitchRelease breakaway technology
  • 14 mm (0.55 in) aluminum upper with 11 mm (0.43 in) carbon fiber lower
  • Redesigned touring grip with updated ergonomics
  • Breakaway technology in the touring strap offers lockable release function for backcountry safety
  • Touring ring with Soft Touch upper shaft coating for touring functionality
  • 100 mm (4 in) Powder baskets
  • FlickLock Pro adjustability

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Weight: 21 oz
Features: Adjustable
Best Use: Mountaineering and Alpine, Skiing
Grip Material: Rubber
Locking System: Lever Lock
Max Pole Height: 140 cm
Pole Shaft Material: Aluminum / Carbon
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice, light, but missed details... I do like these poles, light and a pretty nice swing though the basket does make them feel heavier. I bought them as a replacement from really old pair of BD adjustable poles where I had bent the lower shaft, and figured a new pair made the list this year. Would I buy them again? Yes, but probably not with the releasable strap. The missed details, however I feel that could be corrected: The safety release mechanism, while a great idea, and it does seem like it will work great when it's needed does create a large space between the strap ends where they connect to the end of the pole. For me this causes the strap to flip up which goes unnoticed, until I actually need the strap. Typically this has happened when I am touring, which is when I want the strap the most to support pole plants while not having to over grip the pole. The release function here is almost unneeded except of course if caught in an avalanche. I have also almost dropped a pole on the down because of the flipped over strap. And to answer the question, I do have the strap as short as possible while still being able to have the grip rest between my thumb and index finger. The flick locks could be aligned with the grips, so they cannot snag on brush. Thankfully when it happened I didn't actually loose the lower shaft, but it did fall out completely. Ha, it was actually pretty funny and thankfully I wasn't going that fast, so it was an easy find and a short hike up. It's an easy enough fix, and planning on rectifying that myself by heating up the grips and rotating them.
Date published: 2017-02-13
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