Crescent Moon Snowshoe/Trekking Poles

Crescent Moon Snowshoe/Trekking Poles
Crescent Moon Snowshoe/Trekking Poles
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Snowshoe/Trekking Poles by Crescent Moon
Hike or snowshoe with better balance and climb hills with relative ease (well, maybe) by using the Crescent Moon Snowshoe and Trekking Poles. Crescent Moon made these three-section telescoping poles from durable aluminum and included an adjustable wrist strap, so they don't take a tumble when the trail turns steep. And if the trail turns from steep to steeper, just collapse these poles down and strap them to your pack to keep your hands free for the final scramble to the summit.

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SKU: CMO0040
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