Leki Carbon Ti

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Specs

Weight 15.4 oz
Length 62 - 135 cm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Leki Carbon Titanium Trekking Pole - Pair FEATURES of the Leki Carbon Titanium Trekking Pole Aergon Thermo Grip Speed Lock Performance Basket Carbide Tip Matte Varnish Finish SPECIFICATIONS of the Leki Carbon Titanium Trekking Pole Weight: 15.4 oz Adjustment Length: 62 - 135 cm

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . LEKI Carbon TI trekking poles combine lightweight durability and the reliable Speed Lockand#174; adjustment system in a compact, three-section design. The extended Aergon Thermo grip offers secure hold and a variety of gripping options.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Leki Carbon TI Trekking Pole is the perfect companion for those hard trekking journeys. The AERGON Thermo Grip that this pole features is the first grip designed from the ground up specifically for trekking and touring. With the large support area on top of the grip for a secure hold and the edgeless outer shape that offers a variety of comfortable, secure gripping options, you won't ever want to let go of this pole.

- CampSaver.com

This is Leki's high end pole with their Speed Lock adjustment system. The Carbon Titanium pole can be adjusted quickly and is also super light due to its 100% carbon construction. The pole also features a Thermo grip that makes grabbing the perfect grip quick and easy. This trekking pole is constructed from the highest-quality components, and gives back country confidence during any hike or trek. PRODUCT FEATURES: Weight: 17.78 oz Aergon Thermo Long grip with integrated correction zone (positive angle) and Lock Security strap SpeedLock Pole Length Adjustment System Carbide flex tip and trekking basket Length: 67-135 cm, continuously variable

- Appalachian Outdoors

Leki Carbon Ti

MSRP:
$199.95

The Leki Carbon Ti is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 3, 2014 at SunnySports.

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