K2 Carbon 300 Avalanche Probe

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K2 s avalanche probes typify their commitment to backcountry travel – light, strong, reliable and well thought-out. The K2 Carbon 300 Avalanche Probe is a full-length version with their lightest carbon construction, weighing in at only 290 grams in the 300 cm length. The shaft is marked in 1 cm increments for accuracy in depth and snowpit observations, and the Backslide Auto-Lock makes assembly and disassembly simple even with gloves on. Indents in K2 s Trigger Pull Handle secure your probe and keep things neat when it’s in your pack.

Product Details


Carbon fiber shaft with alloy hardware


Extended300 cm (118 in)

Collapsed42 cm (16.5 in)


Trigger Pull HandleA secure, rapid probe deployment that also keeps the probe packaged neatly when not in use.

Backslide Auto-LockSecure auto-locking hardware and non-slip textured shaft allow for easy assembly with gloved hands.

Ruler1 cm markings for precise recording of now pit data/depth observations.


  • Probe Length (cm): 300
  • Material: Carbon
  • Weight (g): 290

Other Notes

K2 products can only be shipped within the United States



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K2 Carbon 300 Avalanche Probe

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Great purchase!


from Bozeman, MT

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  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Tough


    Best Uses

    • Avalanche Rescues

    Comments about K2 Carbon 300 Avalanche Probe:

    Super fast to deploy and still light. Compact size, folds down to the same length as the 255 cm one. I was a little unsure when I got it because the lock button needs to be pulled through the tension adjustment ring. I was looking for a hole for it to pop through, but it makes sense that it would need to pull all the way through the tensioning ring.

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