Atlas Lock Jaw 3

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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 3-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

The Atlas 3-piece LockJawTM snowshoe poles not only enhance stability and traction in the snow, they also feature easy locking mechanisms for quick, secure adjustment.

- REI

Set the pace, enjoy a balanced workout, and maintain stability on even the most technical of terrain with the 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 men's and women's sizes. 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 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 men's and women's sizes. Model Length Men's Lock Jaw 3 Adjustable Poles Adjustable to 140 cm

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Improve balance and give yourself some help during those steep uphill sections of your snowshoe with the Atlas 7075 Series LockJaw 3-Piece Trekking Poles. These 3-piece collapsible aluminum poles feature burly, easy-to-use LockJaw clamps so you can dial in the perfect length to match the slope angle.

- Backcountry.com