Delivering top-of-the-mountain performance at an affordable price, Black Diamond Alpine Ergo Cork trekking poles are lightweight, sturdy and easy-to-use.
Black Diamond Alpine Ergo Cork trekking poles employ lightweight construction, sturdy, easy-to-adjust external locks and ergonomic cork grips. This combination of features delivers top-of-the-mountain performance at an affordable price.
Far easier to adjust than the internal locking mechanisms used by many telescoping poles, the sturdy FlickLock Pro external locks found on Alpine Ergo Cork trekking poles are ideal for use in all conditions and seasons. Black Diamond's FlickLock system couldn't be much simpler. Even if you're wearing gloves, it's a cinch to open the lock with a flip of your finger, slide the pole section to the required length and tap the lock back into place.
Ergonomic cork grips provide contoured and comfortable handholds and additional lengths of foam padding extend far down the upper pole sections, allowing you to adjust where you grasp the Alpine Ergo Cork poles without having to shorten or extend the poles each time you encounter a steep slope or side hill traverse. Padded, adjustable webbing straps help to reduce stress on your wrists.
Press-fit Flex Tech Tips have integrated low-profile trekking baskets that provide backcountry traction. The WaveLock construction of the Flex Tech Tips allows you to choose between interchangeable carbide and rubber tip (sold separately) ends for optimal performance on varying terrain.
Sold in pairs, Black Diamond Alpine Ergo Cork trekking poles offer a usable adjustment range of 39"-51" and together weigh just 20 ounces.
- Sold in pairs
- Ergonomic natural cork grips with dual-density tops, 360-degree Nubuck straps and foam extensions
- Aluminum upper shafts and Carbon fiber lower shafts
- Double FlickLock Pro external locking mechanisms
Recommended Use Lightweight Mountaineering, Backpacking and Hiking Warranty 1 Year Minimum Length 39" (100 cm) Maximum Length 51" (130 cm) Item Weight 20 oz/pair
- 250 miles later and still amazing!
Likes: Very tough. I use them on daily 2 mile work-outs, .7 miles, 1000 ft. ascent. Absolutely no problems. Handles work great at absorbing the sweat and provide great grip.
Dislikes: The wrist straps are a bit oversized and don't tighten down to my smaller size.
Likes: I've put some steep mileage on these poles and so far, so good! They are a cinch to adjust and the cork is fantastic compared to my old rubber grips (dry quicker and much more comfortable for my sweaty hands). I'm coming off a knee injury so I put a lot of weight into these when descending -- they have been sturdy, reliable, and a lifesaver on the knee.
Dislikes: The bottom latches don't want to close when the poles are collapsed. Seems minor but it concerns me that one wrong move in storage or when strapped to my pack could break the latch.
Likes: I used these trekking poles on a section hike of the A.T. in New York. Very easy to adjust,helpful on ascents,descents and on rocky terrain.They seem to be made very sturdy and the cork hand grips dry very fast.
Dislikes: I have no dislikes at this time.