Carbon Fiber Trekking Poles
Don’t tackle peaks and valleys alone, always take a friend, and in this case take two! Our trekking poles are made from ultralight, ultra-strong carbon fiber, with sturdy clasp locking mechanisms. They have a foam or cork handle for a comfortable sweat free grip.
In addition to being fantastic trekking poles, they can also be used to set up any of our tents.
Order a pair and save! (2 for $99)
- Comfortable foam grip absorbs sweat and allows you to shift your hand down on steep inclines.
- 100% carbon fiber shaft for superior strength and lower weight.
- Padded wrist strap.
- Sturdy clasp locks can be hand-tightened.
- Height adjustment lines.
- Rubber "road tip" included.
- 1 year free replacement warranty against defects or breaks.
Foam: 7.2 ounces (205 grams) per pole including wrist strap and basket.
Cork: 7.7 ounces (217 grams) per pole including wrist strap and basket.
Maximum Length to 'stop' line: 54" (137 cm)
Maximum Length for pitching tents: 56" (142 cm)
Collapsed Length: 24.5" (62 cm)
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Finally got the chance to try out my Trekking poles. They work wonderfully! Lightweight. Easy to adjust. Multiple tip options for different terrain. Should have purchased these yrs ago as they do a wonderful job for hiking the mountainous terrain of Colorado.
Used my friends for the kalalau trail hike in hawaii and loved them so much had to buy my own. Compact so good for travel (flying/planes). Lightweight.
So far so good. This pair is for my wife. I've had mine for 2 years and they are excellent. Really well-designed locking mechanisms, very light, very comfortable handle, and amazing value compared to her previous Komperdells. The only issue for my wife is that the gradations aren't marked to as short as she will set them (we'll mark them). But they will hold well at those lengths and the handle diameter seems fine for a fairly small woman.
Used the trekking poles now for a 3 day hike, very comfortable and very light, a slight vibration on hard ground, which my top notch Leki poles haven’t got, but for that you get much lighter poles and a good deal less money spent. Assuming they will last the distance, I will be very happy.