Leki Edge 2 Speedlock

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Get geared-up for your winterland tour with Leki's Edge 2 Ski Poles and push over ridge lines faster while shedding weight. Built with high-strength aluminum that's highly stable and able to withstand extreme conditions, these poles are sport a positive angle thermo grip that keeps you in alignment with the slope. Long, carbide flex tips are designed for deep touring, and with the Speed Lock adjusters, length changes are quick and easy and have bomber holding strength.

- Mountain Gear

Discontinued or prior year model . LEKI Edge 2 ski poles combine backcountry functionality with new school style. The Aergon Thermal grip is extended for comfortable gripping, and the Speed Lockand#174; adjustment system makes length adjustment a breeze.

- Sierra Trading Post

Tour deep into the backcountry for fresh snow with the Leki Edge 2 SpeedLock adjustable ski poles.


You hit the backcountry circuit to escape family drama during the holidays, get fresh face shots without a harried traverse and insane bootpack race to the gates, and because you enjoy earning your turns. The Leki Edge 2 SpeedLock Ski Pole takes your fresh (frozen) water touring to a new level. The lightweight aluminum shaft adjusts for a custom fit to your body and conditions without giving you a full-bore upper body workout. The SpeedLock mechanism holds the pole in place, but readily adjusts, even when your hands resemble furry puppet paws. Carbide tip points bite through crust and ice. Just in case you get a bit tippy, the poles flex so you don't snap them in half before you've reached the summit.

- Backcountry.com

Leki Edge 2 Speedlock

previously retailed for:
$59.95 - $79.96

The Leki Edge 2 Speedlock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 13, 2017 at Mountain Gear.

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