Leki Photo Aluminum Speedlock Pole

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Weight 11.2 oz
Length 70 - 150 cm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Leki Photo Alu SpeedLockThe Leki Photo Alu SpeedLock is a trustworthy tool that you can carry with you on your trekking adventures. Made from aluminum, this pole is light and strong. It comes in 3 sections that need to be put together to make the pole, which are easy to pack and carry. Weighing just over 11 oz. and with a maximum length of 60 in., it can be used by anybody. The ultra sonic finish makes it smooth finish and makes resistant to scratches. The tip of the pole is made from carbide, which is durable and abrasion resistant. The Speedlock mechanism holds the sections firmly in place. You will have a good grip on the pole, thanks to the AERGON photo grip. There is also a buckle strap to fasten the pole securely to your arm. A built-in camera mount comes as an added convenience feature. So get the Leki Photo Alu SpeedLock today and tame the wilderness in comfort and style.

- SunnySports

On Sale. Free Shipping. Leki Photo Alu Speedlock Trekking Pole (Single) DECENT FEATURES of the Leki Photo Alu Speedlock Trekking Pole (Single) AERGON Photo Grip SpeedLock Performance Basket Carbide Tip Ultra Sonic Finish The SPECS Weight: 11.2 oz Length: 70-150 cm

- Moosejaw

Getting the perfect shot while out in the backcountry just got better using the Photo Aluminum SpeedLock pole from Leki. The photo system grip allows you to stabilize your camera for less camera shake. Plus, using SpeedLock technology, an external locking system that keeps your pole locked into place with a stainless steel pressure plate, you don't need to worry about the pole slipping as the day wears on. Comfortable, light ergonomic grip is gentle on your hand.

- Mountain Gear

Leki Photo Aluminum Speedlock Pole


The Leki Photo Aluminum Speedlock Pole is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 10, 2014 at SunnySports.

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