LEKI Legacy Trekking Poles

LEKI Legacy Trekking Poles
LEKI Legacy Trekking Poles
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Legacy Trekking Poles by LEKI
Usually, leaving a legacy is a good thing, but if you leave Leki's Legacy Trekking Poles behind when you're on the trail, you'll probably be devastated. Without the Legacy's light but strong aluminum shaft and seriously rugged Super Lock System adjustment, your knees will have to absorb more of a beating, which will take some of the fun out of your trek. You'll also be bummed about missing the comfortable PAS Thermo rubber grip and adjustable strap, and rugged terrain just won't be as easy to crush without the grippy carbide tips and supportive but not too big trekking baskets.

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SKU: LEK001E
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