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Leki Makalu FX Carbon AS

photo: Leki Makalu FX Carbon AS antishock trekking pole
Outland USA says:
The Makalu FX Carbon AS (Antishock) will support you on your next mountain adventure. The Antishock model is equipped with the DSS damping system, which ensures a reduction in impact to relieve stress on the muscles, joints and ligaments. The newly developed Aergon Air has been improved in countless ways and has been redesigned in terms of comfort and control. Special hollow-core technology combines lightweight construction and large, supportive surfaces that meet all the ergonomic requirements of your hand. The back of the Aergon Air grip is fully rubberized for maximum grip and control when going downhill. The inclined angle supports your wrist for optimal guidance and placement of the pole and contributes to safety on the mountain. The Makalu FX Carbon AS provides the ultimate tool for comfortable and secure outings. The Makalu FX Carbon AS is infinitely adjustable from 110 - 130 cm using the durable Speed Lock 2 plus lever system. This pole folds into three sections when not in use making it easy to quickly stow away in your pack when not in use.

Specs

Price MSRP: $229.95
Current Retail: $229.95-$239.95
Historic Range: $179.93-$239.95
Construction Folding|ELD|Adjustable
Grip Aergon Air Thermo
Strap Lock Security Strap Skin 4.0
Segments 5-pieces
Shaft Diameter 18|16|14|14|14 mm
Upper section Carbon (PRC 1000)
Lower section Aluminium (HTS 6.5)
Locking System Speed Lock 2 plus
Basket Trekking 2.0
Tip 14mm DSS Tip
Length/Size 110 - 130 cm
Weight/Pole 267 g/per pole
Pack Size 40 cm
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