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)
- trekking poles
I have only tested them on one weekend backpacking trip so far so my review is limited. I ordered these poles as they were the correct height to use with my Zpacks tent. They are light weight and comfortable to use. They adjust easily and pack well. They seem sturdy enough however I did notice a slight vibration as I used them on certain terrain. This is my first time using carbon fiber poles so maybe this is normal. I did find that the vibrations were slightly annoying to me. Perhaps I will feel different after I get used to using them. I will post an update after I finish my next 72 mile section hike.
Great poles, replaced one that broke.
They are very nice. The rubber tips don't lock on very strongly but I don't really use them so no big deal.
I really enjoy the hiking sticks. I’ve logged about 120 miles on them, getting ready to hike a segment of the PCT in August (if the back country opens up). Only ding against them is an issue with the pair of rubber tips which came with the trekking poles. The rubber is very soft and I logged only 40 miles before the carbide tips poked through. I found this to be a fairly common issue across the spectrum (REI, Leki, and third party venders). I haven’t found a durable pair of rubber trekking pole tips yet.
I ended up buying these poles for my best friend because I loved mine so much!