Atlas 7000 Series 3-Part Poles

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Find your rhythm and fall into winterA A A(TM)s groove. Set the pace, enjoy a balanced workout, and maintain stability on even the most technical of terrain with our lightweight, adjustable Atlas Lock Jaw Snowshoe Pole. The revolutionary patent-pending, over-center cam design clamps securely and releases effortlessly, providing easy packing and adjustment even while wearing gloves. Lock Jaw 3 and Lock Jaw 2 Adjustable Poles are available in menA A A(TM)s and womenA A A(TM)s sizes.Specs:7075 series seamless aluminum shaft Adjustable to 140 cm. Flexible tungsten carbide tips Gender specific EVA foam gripsA'A

- Mountains Plus

If you're looking for ultra-lightweight poles for mountaineering summits or snowshoeing day-hikes, grab the Atlas Men's 7075 Series 3-Piece Trekking Poles. These three-piece poles collapse down for easy storage on the outside of your pack. The strong, rugged tubing won't buckle under the heavy loads, even when expanded to the full 55-inch length, and the soft ergonomic grips give your forearms and hands a break. The adjustable handle straps fit any glove, and the carbide tips give bomber purchase on rocks and ice. When you hit the powder, the snowflake baskets keep you from post-holing down to your elbows.


Ultra lightweight 3-Part poles by Atlas are compact for easy carrying when not in use. Length: 58 - 125 cm Weight (pair): 16.5 oz.

- Moosejaw

Features: Ultra-lightweight: 17.5 oz / 499 g per pair Adjustable three-section telescop

- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports

Atlas 7000 Series 3-Part Poles


The 7000 Series 3-Part Poles has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $75.95

The Atlas 7000 Series 3-Part Poles is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Mountains Plus.

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