MSR SureLock UL-2

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Hit the long trail with the MSR SureLock UL-2 Trekking Pole in hand and shed weight, not performance. Minimalist from tip to grip and adjustable where it counts, this pole features the strength to tackle the rough stuff and the versatility needed to adapt to miles of varying terrain. Whether you're a gram-counting backpacker or a seasoned hiker on an ultralight kick, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more capable, lightweight trekking pole.

- Backcountry.com

Tuned specifically for those seeking to shed weight without sacrificing performance, MSR's SureLock UL-2 Pole feature a streamlined form, delivering ultralight strength and stability in the backcountry. Manual operation of the SureLock mechanism helps lighten the load and the two-section design in ideal for those who rely on their poles throughout the day for added stability and efficiency on the trail.

- CampSaver.com

When you want trekking poles that won't weigh you down, the SureLock UL-2 Trekking Poles from Mountain Safety Research will do the job. Performance is its motto and streamlined is its style. You'll be sure-footed on the trail when using the SureLock. PRODUCT FEATURES: SureLock Adjustment System: Positive-locking mechanism offers the confidence of absolute, non-slip performance in all conditions Streamlined Construction: Manual operation engineered specifically for those seeking simplicity in design and the lightest weight possible Efficient Strength: 7000-series aluminum delivers exceptional, ultralight strength Superior Swing Weight: Eliminating hardware on the shaft keeps center of gravity high for an easy, efficient swing Dual-Density Grip: Sleek design works with a broad range of hand sizes and features a catch for raising heel lifts on snowshoes and AT bindings Weight: 15.6 oz / 442 g Min Length: 41 in / 105 cm Max Length: 55 in / 140 cm Collapsed length: 27 in / 73 cm Material(s): 7000 Series aircraft grade aluminum

- Appalachian Outdoors

Free Shipping. MSR SureLock UL-2 Trekking Pole DECENT FEATURES of the MSR SureLock UL-2 Trekking Pole SureLock Adjustment System Positive-locking mechanism offers the confidence of absolute, non-slip performance in all conditions. Streamlined Construction Efficient Strength: 7000-series aluminum delivers exceptional, ultralight strength. Superior Swing Weight Eliminating hardware on the shaft keeps center of gravity high for an easy, efficient swing Dual-Density Grip Sleek design works with a broad range of hand sizes and features a catch for raising heel lifts on snowshoes and AT bindings The SPECS Weight: 15.6 oz / 442 g Length, min: 41 in / 105 cm Length, max: 55 in / 140 cm Collapsed length: 27 in / 73 cm Material(s): 7000 Series aircraft grade aluminum This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

MSR SureLock Poles UL-2 - StandardRegardless of how you get beyond the trailhead, MSR(R) SureLock poles will change your expectations of what a pole should be. Our SureLock(TM) mechanism reclaims the definition of "no-slip performance" in the field, completely eliminates slippage with its positive-locking engagement. Combined with patent-pending two-finger Trigger Release adjustment from the grip, cutting-edge materials and precision engineering, they'll help you move more easily and confidently through the backcountry in any season.Tuned specifically for those seeking to shed weight without sacrificing performance, the SureLock UL-2 pole features a streamlined form, delivering ultralight strength and stability in the backcountry. Manual operation of the SureLock mechanism helps lighten the load and the two-section design in ideal for those who rely on their poles throughout the day for added stability and efficiency on the trail.SureLock

- River Sports Outfitters

MSR SureLock UL-2

previously retailed for:
$39.98 - $99.95

The MSR SureLock UL-2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 26, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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