Black DiamondAlpine FLZ Trekking Poles

Living The Dream.

You've got a dilemma. A wonderful dilemma, but a dilemma nonetheless. A friend invited you to join him on an epic hike through the rugged mountains of New Zealand, but you've already got a family ski trip to BC planned the very next week. Luckily, you've got the Black Diamond Alpine FLZ Trekking Pole. Designed to move seamlessly between seasons and activities, this set of two poles come with interchangeable trekking and powder baskets, letting you transition from Northern to Southern hemisphere without fuss. An adjustable design gives you a customized fit on the mountain and makes it easy to transport from adventure to adventure. With the ability to to accommodate either steel or carbide tips, the Alpine FLZ can handle anything from rock and dirt to snow and slush. So, go ahead, double book.

  • Transition from trekking to skiing with this pole
  • Durable three-section foldable shaft with FlickLock Pro system
  • Natural cork grip with breathable, moisture-wicking strap
  • Flex Tech Tips allow use of either carbide or rubber tips
  • Includes trekking baskets and powder baskets
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Worth the money

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Excellent poles! Feel very sturdy. Assemble and stow quickly while on trips. I would highly recommend them to anyone still using old, twist-lock poles.

Excellent poles

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Just as advertised, light weight, easy to adjust, and most importantly stay locked. These Keep their length much better than the older twist lock style poles that occasionally slip. I highly recommend them.

Best trekking poles ever?

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Honestly I think these may be the best trekking poles ever made. Easy to switch between trekking tips & powder baskets. Bomber.

Sturdy bastards

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Originally went with Carbon FLZ, but they couldn't keep up. These are way tougher, and worth the slight weight increase!