Specs

Weight 17.8 oz
Length 64 - 125 cm

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Leki's Jannu page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Make your hikes more stable and easier on your knees with the Leki Jannu women's trekking poles. Light, thin and comfortable, they're intelligently designed for excellent all-around performance.

- REI

Leki Camp & Hike Women's Jannu 90-125cm T6402912. That's what makes it light thin stable but still extremely comfortable. The Jannu is made from high-tensile strength Aluminum and features a compact Aergon Soft Rubber grip to fit smaller hands and the innovative next generation SpeedLock2 adjustment system makes for a hiking experience that's simply unparalleled.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Leki Women's Jannu Trekking Poles Aergon Soft Compact (rubber) grip material. 100% natural rubber for positive hand grip and durability Air-textured security strap Please note: These poles Are sold in a set of two

- Moosejaw

Before embarking on your next backcountry sojourn, pack the Leki Women's Jannu Trekking Poles in the car to make sure you're prepared for thrilling alpine terrain. Made with high-tensile aluminu, the Jannu contributes an impressive strength-to-weight ration as your companion, lending traction and stability on steep trails and unpredictable scree fields without weighing you down on long days. With the Jannu's huge range of adjustability, you can make minor tweaks to the length until you get the size that feels right for the terrain. Plus, Leki uses smaller rubber grips that won't overwhelm more petite hands. Whether you're planning on searching for waterfalls amid lush landscapes in the Cascades or bagging peaks in the jagged Whites, the Jannu will keep you steady footed every step of the way.

- Backcountry.com