As much as I love pretty much all things Dynafit, if I were solely hiking with my poles, I would probably want a lower minimum end of the adjustment range.
During the winter, when I'm only skinning and skiing, I use some older poles with a narrower adjustment range.
However, in the spring and summer, when I have to hike on the dry approaches, I like poles that shorten down all the way to 95cm. The Dynafit Broad Peak goes down only to 115cm.
But of course personal preferences can vary widely for this. (And I'm 5'8".)
BTW, interesting that BD cf poles don't weigh any less than their alu poles. Quite a difference from xc cf ski poles vs alu.