185 g / 6.52 oz per pole
56 cm / 22 in
3 section, 95-125 cm / 37-49 in
DAC Featherlight TH72M aluminium, ecologicaly annodized
55 mm / 2.2 in (summer), 80 mm / 3.1 in (year round)
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Free Shipping. Exped Alpine Lite Poles FEATURES of the Exped Alpine Lite Poles Two lengths to accommodate taller or shorter users Noticeable reduction of swing weight in use TH72M aluminum by DAC Exped exclusive shock-retractable carbide tip - increases purchase on hard surfaces SPECIFICATIONS of the Exped Alpine Lite Poles Weight: per pole: 6.5 oz / 185 g Length: 37 - 49in. / 95 - 125 cm Packed Length: 22in. / 56 cm
The Exped Alpine 125 trekking poles enhance stability when you're on the move, with a secure locking system, ultralight design and compact collapsed length. Non-slip grooves help prevent expanders from sliding once the pole length is set; push-button mechanisms in the lower segments click into place automatically. Closed-cell EVA foam grips with 8deg corrective angles feature padded wrist straps that adjust to accommodate bare hands or thick gloves. Anodized DAC Featherlight aluminum pole sections are light and strong; they are manufactured without the use of nitric or phosphoric acids. The Exped Alpine 125 trekking poles come with 2.2 in. summer baskets and 3.1 in. all-around baskets.
Ridiculously light, the Exped Alpine Lite Trekking Poles are Exped's lightest pole. The low weight reduces the strain on your biceps but with no compromise on stability. Great for light packers for backcountry travel.
- Altrec Outdoors
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