Exped Explorer

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Specs

Explorer 120 Explorer 130
Weight 195 g / 6.88 oz per pole 205 g / 7.23 oz per pole
Packed size 49 cm / 19.3 in 52 cm / 20.5 in
Adjustable length 4 section, 95-120 cm / 37-47 in 4 section, 105-130 cm / 41-51 in
Material DAC Featherlight TH72M aluminium, ecologicaly annodized DAC Featherlight TH72M aluminium, ecologicaly annodized
Baskets included 55 mm / 2.2 in (summer), 80 mm / 3.1 in (year round) 55 mm / 2.2 in (summer), 80 mm / 3.1 in (year round)

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The light and sturdy Exped Explorer 130 trekking poles feature 4 sections, allowing them to collapse down to a mere 20.5 inches in length for superb packability.

- REI

The Exped Explorer's compact size allows these poles to be stowed in any hiking or trekking pack without poking out of the lid, your fellow passengers will be greatful. The Explorer feels right both on extended hikes or in the mountains. Its compact packaged size fits into most pieces of luggage so you dont have to forgo your reliable poles when traveling away from home. These 4 section poles also prove their worth on backcountry snowboard trips when poles are stored on descent. The short EVA shaft grip feels warm and comfortable combined with easily adjustable wrist loops.

- CampSaver.com

Feel good on both extended hikes or skiing in the mountains with the Exped Explorer Trekking Poles. Its compact packaged size fits into most pieces of luggage so you dont have to forgo your reliable poles when traveling away from home. These 4 section poles also prove their worth on backcountry. Its compact size allows these poles to be stowed in any hiking or trekking pack without poking out of the lid, your fellow passengers will be grateful. Also ideal for ascents on backcountry snowboard tours when the poles are stowed for the descent. Fits into any piece of luggage without adding to airline overweight. Sold in pairs. snowboard trips or while climbing. The short EVA shaft grip feels warm and comfortable combined with easily adjustable wrist loops. Sold in pairs.

- Altrec Outdoors

Like the name implies, Exped's Explorer Poles do just that - help you to explore the far reaches of the wild no matter where or when you are. With a 20-inch compact length and low weight, these 4-section poles are easy to pack into a suitcase or pack, plus, they come with 3 baskets for summer hiking, all-season use, and winter powder, so that no matter the time of year, you're well-equipped and ready to go.

- Mountain Gear

Exped Explorer

previously retailed for:
$114.93 - $149.95

The Exped Explorer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 9, 2014 at REI.

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