Black Diamond Equipment
Medium-sized pole baskets for snag-free freeriding. READ MORE
Medium-sized pole baskets for snag-free freeriding. Learn More
A 75 mm version of our Powder Basket for inbounds ripping. Sold in pairs.
Weight Per Pair : 23 g (.8 oz)
Freeride Baskets is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tomas from Good deal Bought as replacement for lost basket on my ski poles. Solid construction, inside thread, not too big, not too small. They work well in powder or on groomed as well. Overall - good choice.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by TurxSki from Just Right Love these baskets. Work fine in deep Tahoe freshies. But most importantly they do not get caught up when you sre shtedding in tbe trees. Had one too msny incidents with larger powder baskets where i would get a pole caught up in something & wrench a shoulder and have ro backtrack to retrieve pole.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Richard from For eastern skiing This 3" basket is interchangeable with the poles shown. after receiving the Razor adjustable pole, I knew I needed a smaller basket. The baskets are actually threaded onto the poles so really easy to interchange, a great system. I carry both to 4" and 3" in my bag.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gloria Campbell from Would be better if solid construction I walk on a lot of sand trails and trails on sand dunes when I hike. My previous trekking poles had baskets the same size as these are but were solid in construction and did not have "cut-out" holes in their design. They worked very well to stabilize my gait in sand or loose soils. These do not at all and sink down too far in the sand when I'm hiking. They do stay on the poles without coming off and that is a huge plus but I need a solid constructed basket the same size (75mm). The very small baskets that came with my poles do not work at all in sand because they are not big enough to keep the pole from sinking down so I ordered these, hoping they would work. No such luck. These may be fine for snow but not for loose sandy trails.
Date published: 2013-11-06