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Black Diamond
Black Diamond

Climbing & Hiking Gear

Black Diamond is a climbing and skiing company based in Utah, USA that aims to make the best gear possible for rock, snow and ice. Each employee is a climber or skier themselves, which pushes Black Diamond gear to be the result of ultimate dedication, desire and diligence.

Black Diamond Alpine FLZ Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Alpine FLZ Trekking Poles

$195.00

RRP $260.00 SAVE 25%

Black Diamond Mojo Chalk Bag

Black Diamond Mojo Chalk Bag

$20.65

RRP $22.95 SAVE 10%

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Black Diamond ReVolt 300 Headlamp

Black Diamond ReVolt 300 Headlamp

$90.00

RRP $120.00 SAVE 25%

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Black Diamond Spot 325 Headlamp

Black Diamond Spot 325 Headlamp

$71.95

RRP $79.95 SAVE 10%

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Black Diamond Trail Sport 3 Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Trail Sport 3 Trekking Poles

$108.00

RRP $120.00 SAVE 10%

Black Diamond Trail Womens Trekking Poles

Black Diamond Trail Womens Trekking Poles

$153.00

RRP $170.00 SAVE 10%

Black Diamond 9.9 Climbing Rope 60m Blue

Black Diamond 9.9 Climbing Rope 60m Blue

$292.50

RRP $325.00 SAVE 10%

Black Diamond ATC Belay/Rappel Device

Black Diamond ATC Belay/Rappel Device

$26.95

RRP $29.95 SAVE 10%

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Black Diamond ATC-Guide

Black Diamond ATC-Guide

$44.96

RRP $49.95 SAVE 10%

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Black Diamond Forearm Trainer

Black Diamond Forearm Trainer

$11.65

RRP $12.95 SAVE 10%

Black Diamond Half Dome Helmet

Black Diamond Half Dome Helmet

$80.95

RRP $89.95 SAVE 10%

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Black Diamond Icon 500 Headlamp

Black Diamond Icon 500 Headlamp

$153.00

RRP $180.00 SAVE 15%

Date Posted: 8 August 2019

Packing for long treks is quite the task. Carrying too much and not carrying enough both pose huge risks. Finding the packing sweet spot requires a ton of experience. There is so much gear to choose from! The list (of what makes packing challenging) goes on. That’s where we come in. We’ve compiled this packing list for you for multi-day or thru hikes in summer, spring or autumn. We’ll also provide some tips and tricks along the way about what to look for in your hiki Read more....

Date Posted: 16 February 2019

First step is to find someone who knows what they are doing and convince them to take you and show you the ropes… literally. If you have the option to practise in the gym first, then do it. It’s a much safer way to learn how to clip and it requires less gear. If you are starting in the gym, you’ll only need the usual basics (shoes, harness and helmet) plus a rope and belay device. Below is a checklist of gear you’ll need to sport climb outdoors with a brief explanation, po Read more....

Date Posted: 19 April 2018

You have a multi-day trekking adventure coming up. Perhaps there’s a big camping/hiking trip planned with all your friends. Or maybe you’re an avid day-hiker that enjoys exploring the trails on the weekend. Whatever the case, you’ve probably already picked out comfortable shoes, a sturdy pack, and the perfect tent. But you’re not yet fully prepared. Headtorches and trekking poles are important hiking accessories that will vastly improve your time on the trails. This guide should hel Read more....

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