Diorite EVA Ultralight Staff, Single
Diorite EVA Ultralight Staff, Single
Diorite EVA Ultralight Staff, Single
Diorite EVA Ultralight Staff, Single

Diorite EVA Ultralight Staff, Single

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Sold as a single pole, hand-built in Portland, OR, USA.

The Ultralight Staff is designed for the user who wants to have a pole on hand but who doesn’t carry poles for traditional use. Perfect for shelter setup, river wading, bushwhacking or to give an extra hand in hard conditions. Extra-long shafts and a simple, short handle grip make the UL Staff a truly utilitarian tool. The staff comes with an easy-to-remove microfiber-lined adjustable wrist strap, so you can use it or lose it - whatever your preference. 


  • Friction Quick Lock (FQL): get a solid lock without damaging the carbon fiber tubes, the FQL uses an internal TPE grip to create a secure and easy-to-use lock.
  • Easy Tip: replace a worn carbide tip and housing anywhere, at any point, without tools. An easy screw-on tip allows for any standard tip to be attached to the Diorite Poles.
  • 4 Season, 100% Carbon Fiber Tubes: highly durable, low vibration, and stiff tubes give an all-season comfort in any conditions.
  • Short EVA Grip: easy to use and soft to hold, the EVA grip has a fully molded cover to avoid discomfort even when used as a cane.
  • Adjustable Right (green) nylon strap with microfiber lining for ultimate comfort.
  • Extra-long pole: 165cm usable length can be used for any shelter.


  • Usable Length: 93cm/37inch - 165cm/65inch
  • Packed Length: 93cm/37inch
  • Weight per pole: 190g/6.7oz
  • Segments: 2
  • Shaft diameters: 16,14mm
  • Shaft Material: 100% carbon fiber, made in USA
  • Grip: Black EVA, Made in China
  • Strap: Polyester and microfiber, Made in China
  • Locking system: Friction Quick Lock, Made in USA
  • Tip: Easy Tip and carbide tip in plastic housing, Made in China
  • Accessories: Rubber tip, Mud basket, Snow basket

Made in Portland, OR, USA, from domestic and imported components, learn more about how we make them in this blog post.

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