5 Section Pole - 49" Aluminum Pole

Sale price$20.00
3.7 oz - 104 g 

If you're a cyclist, paddler, or don't carry trekking poles, you may wish to consider using our Aluminum 5-Section poles to support your shelter.

Some shelters require two poles for setup; be sure to review the setup before purchasing. 

Length: 49" - 125 cm (Folded 11" - 28 cm)

Diameter: 3/8" - 10 mm 

Recommended for: Lunar Solo. Deschutes, Deschutes Plus, Deschutes Zero-G, Wild Oasis, Gatewood Cape


  1. Aluminum Poles do have built-in flexibility. When setting up your shelter, you want to tighten the canopy just to the point where the poles create a slight bend. Then back off until vertical. This is more than enough tension to keep your shelter erect, even with high wind loads.
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5 Section Pole - 49" Aluminum Pole

5 Section Pole - 49" Aluminum Pole

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue
Beaverton OR 97008
United States


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Chad Maynard
Surprising Strong

I was looking for something that packed down small enough to take with me on a paddleboard. These poles fit the bill perfectly. While I had them pitched with my small tarp a gust of wind came up and created a 7" bow in one of the poles. Surprising it did not snap and rebounded back to its original shape. While I'll be adding additional lines on future outings; these poles were surprising strong.

Douglas Hines
Good tent. silly ground sheet.

This is a good tent. The drawbacks are that it does not come with a ground sheet. The ground sheet they sell is just a silly non-packable large piece of paper. I had to use a ground sheet from a different tent. Of course you have to be able to stake it. Sometimes the ground was just to hard. It makes noise when it is windy. None of this is the tents fault, but I think I want a free standing tent for my next trip. Did 700 miles of the Tour Divide trail on it and it worked.

Dominic Erny


I bought a deschutes with serenity. I quit like it. But the stability of the carbon Pole is absolutely inexistent. I went out in the Swiss Alps for bikepacking and luckily it was only a rainy night without strong wind. It's absolutely not possible to set up the tarp properly without bending that Pole!!!