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Leki Diva Aergon Antishock

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Leki Diva is the most popular women's antishock trekking pole around. A compact grip and shorter sections allow great comfort for women. Includes 2 Poles.

- CampSaver.com

Engineered with female adventurers in mind, with a grip designed to fit smaller hands.

- SunnySports

Part of Leki's Wildflower Series for Women, the Devine Aergon XL Antishock trekking poles provide top-notch shock absorption and extended ergonomic grips while weighing in at just 15.8 ounces per pair. Soft Antishock System (SAS) Lite reduces stress on the joints, muscles and ligaments. The combination of internal steel spring and elastomer creates a smooth and unique suspension system that is quieter and reduces shock more effectively than other designs. Leki places the SAS Lite system closer to the point of impact by embedding it inside the shaft of the lower pole section, keeping the spring cleaner and requiring less maintenance. Incorporating a 15-degree positive angle that preserves a natural position for your wrists, the dynamic, lightweight Aergon grips found on the Devine Aergon XL AS poles have an ovoid shape that can be palmed or held traditionally. A rubberized, dimpled top offers a textured grip point and easy-adjust straps reduce stress on your wrists and provide additional security and comfort. Interchangeable basket system (standard trekking baskets included). Adjustable from 61-125cm. Click here for TIPS on the Usage and Upkeep of your Trekking Poles

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Leki Diva Aergon Antishock


The Diva Aergon Antishock has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$79.95 - $139.95

The Leki Diva Aergon Antishock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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