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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Atlas's Lock Jaw 2 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Electra Lock Jaw Snowshoe poles have an intuitive locking mechanism that quickly and easily adjusts the pole length to deliver increased stability over varied terrain.


When you're trekking through difficult and rocky terrain, you need to give yourself every possible advantage. The 6000 Series Lock Jaw 2-Piece Trekking Poles from Atlas give you the extra contact with the earth you need to comfortably access your favorite alpine destinations. The innovative LockJaw clamping mechanism is easily adjusted with a gloved hand, and the steel flex tips securely plant on the ground or snow. Serene snowscapes, secluded high-alpine lakes, and wildflower fields are waiting, you just need to get up there.

- Backcountry.com

Find your rhythm and fall into winter's groove. Set the pace, enjoy a balanced workout, and maintain stability on even the most technical of terrain with Atlas' lightweight, adjustable 2-Piece 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.

- CampSaver.com

Avoid annoying pole slippage and get the Atlas LockJaw 2 Adjustable poles. They have a over-center cam design that clamps securely and releases effortlessly, providing easy packing and adjustment even while wearing gloves. The 2-section, lightweight and sturdy Lockjaws have a smooth swing that will keep you balanced on snowshoe adventures. Unlike some trekking poles, these come as a pair 6000-series aluminum with seamless shafts Rubber grips Steel pole tips and powder baskets

- OMCgear

Atlas Lock Jaw 2


The Atlas Lock Jaw 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 3, 2017 at REI.

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