MSR Denali III

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Three-section telescoping poles compress for compact storage Made with strong 7075 T6 aluminum Reliable LockJaw expander keeps desired length Steel flextip for durability Dual-density grips with pull-adjust straps for comfort Includes quick-change snowshoe baskets Closeout

- Second Ascent

On Sale. Free Shipping. MSR Denali III Pole The SPECS Length: 26 - 57in. / 866 - 145 cm Weight/Pair: 18.6 oz / 528 g This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Denali III poles are a perfect partner for MSRs snowshoes. These three section telescoping technical poles are lightweight, strong, and pack down to 26 inches. These poles are ready for season after season of winter sports adventure.Features: Adjustable Fit: Telescoping, three-section pole Lightweight: 7000 series aluminum bring these down to 9.3 oz each Comfortable: Dual-density rubber grips and a snowshoe specific basket Easy Maintenance: Replaceable steel tips Weight: 9.3 oz. each (264 g)Length: 26-57 in. (66-145 cm)

- Mountains Plus

The MSR Denali III Trekking Pole is a technical and cost-efficient pole for backcountry snowboarders, alpine climbers, and anyone else who ventures into the wilderness. Made from 7000 series aluminum, this three-section pole is lightweight and telescopic for easy packing. The replaceable steel tips are durable enough for packed snow and rough trails, while dual density rubber grips minimize shock for comfort on long hikes. The Denali III pole's winter baskets are designed with snowshoeing in mind, providing excellent flotation in deep snow.


MSR Denali III


The MSR Denali III is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 13, 2014 at Gear for Adventure.

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