Kelty Range 2.0

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Grab a pair and you won't ever be rocked by the downhill. With a pair of Kelty Range 2.0 anti-shock trekking poles, even the steepest descent doesn't pose a threat to your knees. An extended foam grip helps you adjust to changing terrain while an all-weather grip makes it easy to fly down the trail in rain or shine.

- CampSaver.com

Grab a pair of Range 2.0 Trekking Poles and you won't ever be rocked by the downhill. With a pair of these anti-shock trekking poles, even the steepest descent doesn't pose a threat to your knees. An extended textured cork and foam grip helps you adjust to changing terrain while an all-weather grip makes it easy to fly down the trail in rain or shine. Includes protective cap, trekking basket, and rubber tip for concrete surfaces. 20 ounces, 571 g per pair. Max/Min Length: 53 inches / 27.25 inches. Textured cork and EVA foam handle adds all-weather grip and comfort. Non-slip carbide tip for pole plants on various surfaces. Internal anti-shock spring technology.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

On Sale. Free Shipping. Kelty Range 2.0 Trekking Poles - Pair FEATURES of the Kelty Range 2.0 Trekking Poles - Pair Internal Anti-Shock Spring Technology Non-slip carbide tip for secure pole plants on various surfaces Includes: Protective cap, trekking basket, and rubber tip for concrete surfaces Padded wrist strap for added comfort Textured Cork and EVA foam handle adds all-weather grip and comfort Extended EVA foam grip helps user adapt to rapidly changing topography Reliable twist-lock mechanism provides easy length adjustment Replacement trekking baskets, rubber tips and snow baskets available If the product name has the word in.pairin. in it, that means it comes with TWO trekking poles. If the product name says in.singlein. or has options to select a size, it means that particular style only comes with ONE trekking pole. Sorry to be so confusing. Please don't hate me. SPECIFICATIONS of the Kelty Range 2.0 Trekking Poles - Pair Grip: Cork and Extended EVA Foam 6061 Series Aluminum Locking Mechanism: Twist-Lock Total Weight: 20 oz / 571 g Max Length: 53 in 135 cm Min Length: 27.25in. / 69 cm

- Moosejaw

Kelty Range 2.0 Trekking Poles - Pair. Grab a pair and you won't ever be rocked by the downhill. With a pair of these anti-shock trekking poles, even the steepest descent doesn't pose a threat to your knees. An extended foam grip helps you adjust to changing terrain while an all-weather grip makes it easy to fly down the trail in rain or shine. Internal Anti-Shock Spring Technology. Non-slip carbide tip for secure pole plants on various surfaces. Includes: Protective cap, trekking basket, and rubber tip for concrete surfaces. Padded wrist strap for added comfort. Textured Cork & EVA foam grip adds all-weather grip and comfort. Extended EVA foam grip helps user adapt to rapidly changing topography. Reliable twist-lock mechanism provides easy length adjustment. Replacement trekking baskets, rubber tips & snow baskets available. Kelty One-Year Limited Warranty. Unisex. Weight: 20 oz. / 571 g (Pair). Maximum Length: 53 in. / 135 cm. Minimum Length: 27 in. / 69 cm. Grip Material: Cork & EVA foam. Shaft Material: 6061 Series Anodized Aluminum

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Trekking through a boulder field' Check. Steep, slippery descent' Check. Long, rough trail' Check and check. The Kelty Range 2. 0 Trekking Poles don't discriminate when it comes to terrain, which makes them a great companion for any trek, hike, or backpacking trip you have on the agenda. The tough aluminum shafts, cork grips, EVA grip extensions, and padded wrist straps provide a lightweight and comfortable platform for support, balance, and a little extra push on the way up, while the rubber and carbide tips offer up grip on rocky, muddy, and wet surfaces. The Range also sports an easy-to-use Twist Lock length adjustment, so hikers of all sizes can find just the right length, and they also feature an integrated anti-shock mechanisms that help take the stress of your knees, elbows, and wrists on the way down.

- Backcountry.com