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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I’m not sure how much COVID I’d affecting the shipping of product so I don’t want to talk out of turn, and the products are of superior design. It just takes an enormous amount of time for an order to ship. Time to locate capital and expand production capabilities.
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.
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The poles are very light weight as described in the description, and look great. My one dislike is how the rubber and the harder blue plastic come together in the handles is very rough feeling. Maybe a little tighter quality control could help. Also, I have had them for a short time and after a lot of use they may wear down a bit, but I can tell having to use them on longer hikes and no gloves it might be a problem. They perform well thus far.
There may be some lighter or less expensive carbon poles, but not with all these features. After multiple cleaning and repair sessions on my previous pair of twist-lock carbon poles, it was time to replace them. The lever-locks on these poles are the way to go. Easier to adjust the length, more reliable, and not much of a weight penalty. The locks are easily adjusted, tool-free on the trail. It took a couple days of hiking to get them just right. After that, they were much more stable than the twist-locks ever were. The foam grips stayed comfortable all day. It is easy to get their length just right to set up a shelter, and easy to readjust after strong winds slackened the pitch. If you need carbon poles, look no further. - Drop Dead PCT '11 JMT '00, '06, '16