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Folding Trekking Pole

Regular Price$59.00Sale Price$44.25
Product rating 3.5 of 5 stars
2

Regular
ColorBlue
Blue
SizeONE SIZESize chart
ONE SIZE
Product Description

Strong, lightweight, and adjustable, this five-section aluminum trekking pole is a great addition to any hiking kit. A padded handle and adjustable wrist strap add to the comfort and security.

Features
  • Hidden bolt locking mechanism
  • Fast flip lock for quick length adjustment
  • Length: 13.75" (closed) | 49.25" (extended)
Materials
  • 7075 aluminum | 100% nylon wrist strap | EVA foam handle
  • Imported
Reviews
3.5 out of 5 star rating
Product rating 3.5 of 5 stars
2 Reviews
50% recommend this item
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  • Love to Hike
    Gender Female
    Height
    Type Petite
    ActivityHiking
    Pros Quality, Versatile
    Cons
    Great Folding Trekking Poles
    Jul 22, 2021

    I think these are great trekking poles, especially for the price. They fold small enough for a backpack or carry-on and seem sturdy enough for any hiking I will do. The review who said they did not lock in place probably didn't pullout the top section far enough. When you do, there is a little spring-loaded pin that pops through a hole and holds all the sections in place. Like an adjustable folding table. These poles are short enough for my 5'2" height and long enough for my 5'11" husband too. Just what I was looking for!

  • Amy
    Gender
    Height
    Type
    ActivityHiking
    Pros Versatile
    Cons Poor Quality
    Does not lock in place
    Jul 20, 2021

    Very disappointed with these trekking poles. I needed collapsible trekking poles that can fit in a backpack. The instructions say there is supposed to be a locking knob to keep the three sections of the pole in place but they do not exist. I will be returning them.