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The Treckker FX Monopod is a lightweight combination of a trekking pole and camera monopod all in one. -Lightweight combination of a trekking pole and camera monopod -7075 Alloy Construction -Adjustable in length from 66-137cm -Molded EVA grip -Removable handle cap reveals threaded bolt for camera attachment -Sold as a single unit (not pair) Item Specifications Length: 66-137cm
The Rambler trekking poles are a backcountry pole set designed for youth and smaller framed users (up to 5-foot, 3-inches). -Geared for adolescent and small framed users -Neoprene wrist strap and dual-density rubber molded grips -Two section 7075 Aluminum poles, sold as a pair -Updated 2 pin lock attachment for hiking baskets (included) and snow baskets (sold separately) -Rubber boot feet with Carbide tips -Quick-twist locking mechanism -Extended Length: 43 -Compact Length: 26 Item Specifications Color: Citron Green Total Volume: 3500in3 Weight: 2041g Length: 110cm Dimensions: 24 x 14 x 18 Defined Color: Green
The Pyrite trekking poles are expedition worthy poles made with durable 7075 aluminum. Item Specifications Length: 137cm
Mountainsmith 's Pinnacle is a hike worthy pole made with durable 6061 aluminum. These rugged trekking poles equipped with comfortable TPR molded handle anti-shock system removable hiking basket adjustable wrist strap replaceable rubber boot tip and carbide tip for exceptional traction on rock trail and scree.
The ultra-light weight Carbonlite Pro trekking poles are ideal for long days on the trail. Item Specifications Length: 137cm
The Mountainsmith Carbonlite Pro trekking poles are light weight and ideal for long days on the trail. Blending carbon and aircraft grade 7075 aluminum these rugged poles come equipped with comfortable cork grips anti-shock system removable hiking baskets replaceable rubber boot tips and durable carbide tips that provide exceptional traction on rock trail and scree.

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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