Leki Haute Route SpeedLock
90 - 150 cm
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Description Of Leki Haute Route SpeedLock PolesLEKI, the worlds leading manufacturer of ski, hiking and trekking poles had its start in Kircheim, Germany as a hobby of its founder, Karl Lenhart, an airframe mechanic and avid skier. Lenhart believed aluminum would make a superior ski pole compared to the heavy steel models available in the late 1940s. After successfully creating light- weight poles for his friends, in 1954, the hobby became a full time business. FeaturesGrip AERGON Soft ThermShaft 6.0Shaft Size 1816Basket SnowflakeTip Carbide FlextipLength 94 - 150 cmWarranty 2 Year
- US Outdoor Store
Forged for the dedicated backcountry powder hound, the Leki Haute Route Speedlock Ski Pole is your dependable, adjustable pole whether you are touring in your backyard of the Wasatch Mountains or traversing through the Alps. The aluminum shaft is lightweight and durable and balanced to provide an optimal swing weight. The SpeedLock internal locking feature clamps tightly to securely lock the pole sections into place, and it's easy to use even with gloves or mittens on. On one end, there's rubberized Aergon anatomical grips for comfort and stickiness, and on the other is sturdy carbide flextips for premium performance.
Discontinued or prior year model . A great choice for long tours, LEKI Haute Route Speed Lockand#174; backcountry ski poles have an extended grip zone for touring comfort and secure Speed Lockand#174; lever adjustment to customize the length for both climbs and descents.
- Sierra Trading Post
When you find yourself out in the backcountry, skinning up tracks and finding the hottest place to drop back down again, you want the Haute Route SpeedLock ski poles with you for the trip. Using SpeedLock technology, an external locking system that keep your poles locked into place with a stainless steel pressure plate, you never have to worry about your poles slipping throughout your tour. Comfortable, light ergonomic grips are gentle on your hands.
- Mountain Gear