Black Diamond - Fixed Length Carbon (Closeout)
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||110 cm (43 in.): 455 g (1 lbs)
115 cm (45 in.): 465 g (1 lbs 1 oz.)
120 cm (47 in.): 475 g (1 lbs 1 oz.)
125 cm (49 in.): 485 g (1 lbs 1 oz.)
130 cm (51 in.): 495 g (1 lbs 2 oz.)
|Gender||Men's & Unisex|
|Shock Absorption||No Shock|
|Lock Mechanism||Single Piece (n/a)|
|Other Features||-- Larger diameter shafts increase stiffness for freeride performance
-- Grips with a large leverage lip for buckle and climbing bar adjustment
-- Dual-density rubber grip for a confident hold
-- Wishbone-shaped strap hangs open for easy access
-- Lengthened strap tab is easy to manipulate with gloves
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your inquiry.
A great fixed-length trekking pole sizing guide can be found here, associated with Black Diamonds Z-poles:
To access the chart, click 'View Chart' link located next to size. It looks like they list you as a size 120cm.
That being said, the desirable height of your fixed-length trekking poles will depend on a number of factors not easily indicated on a one-size-fits-all chart. These factors include ape index, primary terrain of use and user preference. I would recommend finding a local retailer who carries trekking poles of any brand or model, and trying out some different lengths around the store. A tape measurer might be handy, as not all trekking poles indicate, accurately or at all, their height. This way, you can be sure of your pole height preference when ordering.
Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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