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Black Diamond Trekking Pole Tip Protector

6 reviews   |  

The Black Diamond Trekking Pole Tip Protector is a protective rubber tip for providing added grip whilst minimising noise and reducing terrain scarring.

Suitable for all Black Diamond walking poles except the First Strike, Distance Series Z-Poles, aluminium ski poles, and Helio Fixed Length Carbon ski poles.

Sold in pairs.

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4.7 Based on 6 reviews
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RB
01/08/2019
Robin B.
United Kingdom
Just the job..

Inexpensive way to protect your pole tips, add grip and soften the noise on rocky terrain...

RB
12/05/2017
Robin B.
United Kingdom
Does the job perfectly..and cheap too...

Too early to say how long it will last..but for the money you can’t complain...

PF
09/18/2017
Peter F.
United Kingdom
Black Diamond Trekking Pole Tip Protector

Despite pushing the rubber protectors firmly on to the end of the pole and pressing down on a firm surface,I found that one of them had gone missing within a couple of miles on the first walk on a muddy trail. Just as well that I'd bought a few spares. They're now superglued on. I had the same problem with Leki rubber protectors on other makes of pole. Redesign called for so that this type of equipment is not so easily lost.

DW
07/11/2017
David W.
United Kingdom
Tip top tip

Protector fits snuggly over the pole tip and gives a wider area of friction on the ground than the metal tip itself so traction is improved. Seems to be hard wearing rubber but at the price I don't care if they wear out after a year or two.

BH
06/28/2017
Barbara H.
United Kingdom
Trekking Pole tips

I bought trekking pole tip protectors for my new black diamond poles and they are brilliant (both the new poles and definitely better with the rubber tips). We're in the mountains, over stony ground, and the rubber tips work better for grip and don't make that annoying click every time they hit rock.