currently retails for:
$119.97 - $139.95
where to buy:
Source: Leki sponsors our Extreme Trekking team.
Trekking poles save the trip, as long as they are light enough.
- Super lightweight
- Easy to adjust
- Straps are secure
- I can't figure out a way to adjust the straps one-handed
The grips work very well, are fluted to keep you cool, and designed to fit the hand. Both straps and length adjustable, speed lock is easy to use and idiot proof. Super hard tip grips ice, rock and shows no sign of wearing out. Baskets are super secure, threaded design that doesn't allow them to fall off unintentionally. It's super light weight and a must-have, especially in winter.
62 - 135 cm
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