K2 LockJaw 3-Piece Adjustable

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit K2's LockJaw 3-Piece Adjustable page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The K2 LockJaw adjustable ALU ski pole is built with aluminum uppers and lowers that deliver the adjustability and convenience of the LockJaw2, in a durable and value-focused design. The High-strength 7075 and 6061 aircraft aluminum creates a seamless tubing shaft for a durable alternative to K2's composite shafts. Quick slope measurement is in the palm of your hand with a bubble Inclinometer that is equipped within the dual injection grip.

- Mountain Gear

Take the K2 LockJaw Alu ski poles on your backcountry tours. With a built-in inclinometer and a snow-depth ruler, the LockJaw poles are designed for adventure. 7075 aluminum upper and lower shafts are light and strong. Bubble inclinometer located near the grip lets you easily determine the steepness of a slope before you ski it, an important step in avalanche assessment. LockJaw clamping mechanisms offer glove-friendly clamping and easy release; poles adjusts from 105 - 145cm (42 - 58 in.) long. BackSide grips feature small hooks that work to adjust your binding heel lifts or unbuckle your boots, and soft thermoplastic rubber material offers excellent grip. Inverted centimeter markings let you to flip the poles upside down to measure depth of the snowpack. Webbed powder baskets offer a large surface area for maximum flotation in the backcountry; threaded design lets you easily take the baskets off and put them back on. K2 LockJaw Alu ski poles have molded, adjustable straps that support your wrists.

- REI

Ideal for split boarders or those who mix alpine climbing with skiing, the K2 LockJaw 3-Piece Adjustable Pole features a lightweight aluminum design that fits well in your pack. A snow depth ruler helps you get an idea of how deep the snow pack is, and a built in inclinometer makes the LockJaw the ideal pole for backcountry travel.

- Backcountry.com