MSR Surelock TR-2
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The two-section design of MSR's SureLock TR-2 Poles is ideal for trips where they spend the majority of the time in your hands not on your pack. MSR's patent-pending Trigger Release adjustment system offers a full range of rapid adjustability directly from the grip, making these ideal for ski touring, snowshoeing and on-trail use over variable terrain. SureLock Adjustment System: 100% positive-locking mechanism offers the confidence of absolute, non-slip performance in all conditions.
The two-section design of the TR-2 poles is ideal for trips where they spend the majority of the time in your hands not on your pack MSR patent-pending Trigger Release adjustment system offers a full range of on-the-fly adjustability directly at the grip, making these ideal for sidehilling, switchbacks, and on-trail use over variable terrain
The sturdy and reliable MSR SureLock TR-2 snowshoe poles boast a convenient and fast adjustment system that can be used with just 1 hand for on-the-fly adjustments as you explore varying terrain. SureLock(TM) adjustment system offers positive-locking design so the poles won't loosen or slip during use; pole shaft shape ensures system alignment for reliability. 1-handed trigger release lets you change the length of the pole quickly and easily to adapt to changing terrain, even while wearing gloves. 7000-series aluminum delivers excellent strength-to-weight along with durability for demanding use. 2-section design can be collapsed down to 28.7 in. (73 cm); poles can be fully collapsed or extended with a single movement; (specs cite in-use lengths). Adjustable straps and comfortable grips ensure easy control and connection with the poles. MSR SureLock TR-2 poles come with both snow and trekking baskets for year-round versatility.
Navigate tricky terrain with the MSR SureLock TR-2 Trekking Pole in hand and gain the confidence you need to go further, faster. Streamlined by design, this pole might appear overly simple at first glance, but it packs a clever surprise. A simple flick of the wrist adjusts the shaft length to your liking and then locks the shaft sections back into place securely. You get the right length to match the height of the terrain and you never have to break your stride--how's that for ingenuity'