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Retailers' Descriptions

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Gabel Trail Jr. NT Trekking poles are specifically designed for kids. They are made of the same high quality materials and to the same stringent specifications as Gabel's adult poles. The 2-section, 7075 T651 Series heat-treated Aluminum shafts have diameters of 16/14mm.They adjust from 69-107cm (28"-43"). Gabel's TPL-Top Locking System has been developed through 50 years of manufacturing telescoping poles and continues to be one of the most reliable locking systems in the world with a hold of more then 150kg (330lbs). A couple simple twists is all it takes to quickly adjust your poles. They have comfortable Mid Size Gummy grips with a 15-degree positive angle incorporated into the grip that keeps your wrist in a neutral position during pole plants. Adjustable webbing straps easily adjust with a 3/4" ladder lock buckle. The steel pole tips offer a secure hold on any terrain or surface. Colors: Red. Pack Length 27.5". Weight 14.7 oz. per pair. Made in Italy. Mid Size Gummy grips: smaller sizes to fit smaller hands, they also have a 15-degree positive angle.Adjustable straps: adjust easily with the use of 3/4" ladder lock buckles.Aluminum Oxide Coating: helps protect poles from oxidizing and scratching.TPL-Top Locking System: developed through 50 years of manufacturing telescoping poles and continues to be one of the most reliable locking systems in the world with a hold of more then 150kg (330lbs)Steel Pole Tips: offer secure hold on all terrain and surfaces.Performance Disk Baskets: 2 1/4" diameter baskets slide on to give support on soft ground.

- Campmor

Gabel Trail Jr.

previously retailed for:
$19.97

The Gabel Trail Jr. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 19, 2011 at Campmor.

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