Trekking through a boulder field' Check. Steep, slippery descent' Check. Long, rough trail' Check and check. The Kelty Range 2. 0 Trekking Poles don't discriminate when it comes to terrain, which makes them a great companion for any trek, hike, or backpacking trip you have on the agenda. The tough aluminum shafts, cork grips, EVA grip extensions, and padded wrist straps provide a lightweight and comfortable platform for support, balance, and a little extra push on the way up, while the rubber and carbide tips provide traction on rocky, muddy, and wet surfaces. The Range also sports an easy-to-use Twist Lock length adjustment, so hikers of all sizes can find just the right length, and they also feature an integrated anti-shock mechanisms that help take the stress off of your knees, elbows, and wrists on the way down.
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