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 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.
6.7 ounces (190 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)
30/5000 where are my trekking poles?
I have a problem. On the first day of december, i made the purchase of a pair of trekking poles, you made the payment to my credit card, but the product has not arrived, not did you send me confirmation of the order, due to an error in the zip code. they are charging me for a product that I have not received
Replace broken pole
Freak accident broke off tip. Got about 700 miles on the pair. Great service getting it replaced. Buy the way the new pole is slightly different in manufacturing. New place?
Pleasantly light - strong.
I recently used on a 6-day AT trip near Roan Mtn Tennessee in all types of terrain. They are light, strong, easy to adjust and comfortable to hold. I tested my 195 lb weight with a 27 lb pack and the locks held under more than normal pressure. As always you must be careful in large boulder fields not to force poles sideways as you move forward when they snag down inside the space between large rocks. This is where any pole can bend or snap but carbon poles will do so before solid aluminum or carbon poles with an aluminum sheath. The lever portion of the lock is not made of hard plastic but is somewhat flexible. This could be beneficial as they should not become brittle in extremely cold weather (an assumption). Very satisfied with the build and performance.
Let people know
Let people know when buying trekking poles to make sure they order 2 and not1 by mistake.. this mistake cost me $25 more than it should have which I'm still not happy about .... I will be thru hiking the Appalachian trail starting in February and I hate throwing money away when I could use it on other things that I need I mean I spent about $800 buying from zpack and I was going to get a tent but not now
Trekking pole incident
Whilst hiking the Bibbulmun track in West Australia, and on what is termed the puddle section, Pingerup Plains, which is often knee deep in long sections of puddles, one of my trekking pole handles detached leaving the rest of the pole stuck in thick mud. I did write to Zpacks support on arriving in Walpole, and then had no further email updates since I finished my hike yesterday. What a surprise to find a brand new trekking pole already delivered to my home, truly great customer support.