LEKI Strike Carbon Ski Pole

LEKI Strike Carbon Ski Pole
LEKI Strike Carbon Ski Pole
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Strike Carbon Ski Pole by LEKI
Find the fastest line with the high-performance Leki Strike Carbon Ski Pole. This all-carbon pole maximizes stiffness while minimizing weight, so much so that it's able to offer a . 5mm wider diameter than comparable composite poles for optimized power transfer while still being 12g lighter. The pole's low-profile Trigger Shark 2. 0 grip also shaves weight while supporting dynamic movement, and it is specially angled to increase the thrust phase, so you get more distance from each push. A combination of grippy, hard material and cork on the grip also enhances energy transmission while ensuring a secure hold.A top-of-the-line World Cup performance strap enhances power transfer while providing excellent comfort, and you can quickly lock it in place or remove it thanks to Leki's easy-to-use Trigger S system. The pole comes equipped with a performance-oriented, low-profile SharkFin basket, as well as two tips and baskets, so you have some spares ready to go. When speed and performance are your priorities, crush courses and touring routes accordingly with the Strike pole.

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