Leki Summit Antishock

2 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   1
3-star:   1
2-star:   0
1-star:   0


Weight 19.0 oz
Length 69 - 140 cm



A must have for any strenuous hikes. If you want to…

Rating: rated 3.5 of 5 stars
Source: received it as a personal gift


A must have for any strenuous hikes. If you want to master the switchbacks with a heavy back, use these trekking poles.


  • Stays locked.
  • Lightweight.

Using these is like having an extra pair of legs. You can pull yourself up on the ascent, and eliminate shock on the descent. Good value. If you buy anything more expensive, you're paying too much.


Just curious why the 3.5 stars for a product in which you only have positive things to say?

2 years ago

I thought the whole trekking pole thing was just a…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $99.95

I thought the whole trekking pole thing was just a bunch of hoop-la, until I tried these out on a 2000 foot decent in the Smokey Mountains. The shock absorber feature made them very comfortable and minimized shock on my elbows. The strain these poles took off of my knees was phenomenal.

The poles are very lightweight but at the same time are very durable. They took several inadvertent kicks and snags in tree roots and no damage. These are the first poles I have used, but they are great.

I would have given them five stars, however, the cork handles get a bit slippery in sweaty hands. I would definitely recommend them to anyone who has knee problems or would like to prevent future knee problems!

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Leki's Summit Antishock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Leki Summit Antishock Trekking Poles are a sturdy pair of trekking poles which won't balk at rugged rocky ascents. Ergonomic Aergon Grip with better than average straps require little hand effort and are made of comfortable, natural cork. AERGON Cor-Tec Grip provides multiple hand positions Edge-less, rounded grip top allows you to grasp from the top Ergonomic wrist position is 8deg offset to keep the wrist in a neutral position throughout the stride Super Lock System (SLS) offers 300+ lbs. of locking force for aggressive use Soft Antishock System Lite Three section aluminum shafts collapse to 27 inches for easy packing Long lasting Carbide Tip provides grip on outdoor surfaces Performance Basket Ultra Sonic Finish Sold as a pair Made in the Czech Republic

- OMCgear

AERGON Cor-Tec GripSuper Lock SystemSoft Antishock System LitePerformance BasketCarbide TipUltra Sonic FinishWeight: 19.0 ozLength: 69-140 cm

- River Sports Outfitters

LEKI Summit AntiShock PolesThe LEKI Summit AntiShock Poles will support your every trek, especially when you're going downhill. Their Soft Antishock System Lite comes with internal springs that absorb shock every time when each pole is driven onto the ground. It also gives a helpful support when you have weak or damaged ankles, knees, or hips. The poles can be adjusted from 27 in. to 55 in. (and locked with the Super Lock System) so you can explore the wilderness comfortably with the right length of poles. For better trekking performance on various terrains, the poles are designed with performance baskets and carbide tips. While the carbide tips offer greater traction on the ground, the performance baskets improves your trekking on snowy or muddy areas. The poles are also built with AERGON Cor-Tec Grip so your every grip comes with a touch of comfort from natural cork and rubber materials. Make sure to trek downhill with the right support. Order the LEKI Summit AntiShock Poles today!

- SunnySports

No matter if it's your first time reaching the peak or the tenth, you'll want protection from gravity's offense with Leki's Summit Antishock trekking poles. While you keep your hands at a comfortable angle with the Aergon COR-TEC Grips, your body is cushioned from impacts as you move over varying terrain with the Soft Anti-Shock Lite system that's integrated into the lower shaft, absorbing all the energy down low.

- Mountain Gear