52" Carbon Fiber Tent Pole
These ultralight carbon fiber tent poles are the perfect substitute for setting up our Plex Solo tents if you do not use trekking poles. The 52” size is designed specifically for the Plex Solo but will work with other tents that take a similar size pole.
We also have a 32" Carbon Fiber Tent Pole for propping up the head and foot ends of your tent.
Our tent poles are made from high-quality wrapped carbon fiber tubing with internal carbon ferrules. The tubes are stiff and have a high strength to weight ratio.
Straight tent poles are an alternative way to pitch tents and tarps that are designed to be set up with trekking poles. This carbon is rigid, unlike dome-style tent poles.
The poles are cut to fold flush with equal length sections. They are bound together with shock cord. The ends have vinyl end caps.
Our poles have a short folded length, which makes them easy to pack up with your tent (in a tent pole sack).
If you want to use these with a tarp, or on an exterior tent pull out, you might want a trekking pole cup to hold it in place.
If you want to keep your poles organized or protect your tent fabric from the pole(s), add our Tent Pole Sack.
We do not do any carbon cutting, but you can cut these down yourself with a hacksaw or rotary saw. Just cut off the end and replace the vinyl end cap.
All Zpacks gear has a two-year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.
Length: 52" (132 cm)
Outer Diameter: .433" (11 mm)
Folded Length: 12" (30.5 cm)
- frame bag
- tent poles
- Shock Cord
52” carbon fibre tent pole
Very light and good quality
Carbon Fiber Pole
Pole are extremely light weight and are built tough! I own 3 different length sizes for my various shelters.
I know that term is overused but for me, it really is. I bicycle camp so anytime I can cut weight and space is huge. I got the carbon pole as well and this tent by far the nicest and roomiest single person tent I’ve ever had. Little more than a pound with pole and stakes. Setting it up is more involved than a freestanding and maybe not as versatile but so long as able to stake it, I can’t see using anything else. Haven’t ran into conditions where condensation has occurred so I can’t speak on that. Overall, I’m very happy with it. Pricey but worth it if yer counting grams.
I'm not a trekking pole fan, therefore this is the perfect item for me! Very light (lighter than trekking poles). No complaints whatsoever
At this length, this lightness is unique.