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Our brand new range of four walking poles has been designed to provide technical performance and superior value. Features include fast-clip sections for easy length adjustment and anti-shock systems. The Keswick is the basic walking pole of t ....
Our brand new range of four walking poles has been designed to provide technical performance and superior value. Features include fast-clip sections for easy length adjustment and anti-shock systems. Technical specification Material: 7075 alumin ....
The Grasmere T7 Antishock Pole from Robens has been built with high quality and lightweight 7075 Aluminium to ensure it’s a sturdy walking companion that you can rely on. Featuring a long handle assisting in quick positive handgrip in challenging terrain whilst the anti-shock system takes the brunt of the impact.
With a 37cm pack size, the Coniston T7 Folding Trekking Pole from Robens is extremely useful when you need a more compact set up. The Tungsten tip offers a safer grip on most terrains and the 7075 aluminium shaft provides the overall strength. It has an ergonomic EVA handle for a comfortable and safe grip and it is easy to assemble while the fast-clip adjustment allows you to get a great length to suit you and the terrain you are on accordingly.
This pair of Ambleside C66 Carbon Trekking Poles from Robens are strong and reliable as well as being lightweight so as not to be a heavy hinderance when out walking. The long handles offer you multiple holding positions allowing you to change according to your comfort or the conditions and terrain you are walking in. You can get the right length for you easy and quickly thanks to the strong patent fast-clips, and these also allow you to fold the poles down small. Strong tungsten tips offer excellent grip and traction with the ground that you can rely on.

Buyers Guide

Trekking Poles, or walking poles, are available in a wide range of styles, with a wide range of prices.

There are many features to consider other than the obvious size and style which can demand higher prices.

Most of the features are designed to improve comfort by using clever angles or by using special technology to absorb shocks or cushion the contact.

A very important consideration is the type of terrain over which you will be using the trekking poles. Different tips are used for different terrains. Some are designed to dig into soft terrain to prevent slipping, whilst others are designed for heavy wear on hard surfaces and roads. Using the wrong tip for the terrain can make the trekking poles almost completely useless, so make sure that the pole you choose is suitable for the terrain in which it will be needed.

A lot of poles have interchangeable tips so that you can change the tips for use on different terrains. This gives the greatest versatility.

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