LEKI Micro Flash Carbon Trekking Poles

LEKI Micro Flash Carbon Trekking Poles
LEKI Micro Flash Carbon Trekking Poles
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Micro Flash Carbon Trekking Poles by LEKI
Whether you're training for the Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc or the local steeplechase you don't want your trekking poles weighing you down. That's why LEKI stepped in to create the Micro Flash Carbon Trekking Poles specifically for quick transitions when running long, ultra-distance races. The push button breaks down the poles quickly and once you stow them away in your bag they'll weigh even less than your water. Breathable, lightweight mesh in the wrist strap offers support and closes around the hand securely so you can focus more on the terrain and less on your grip as you maneuver scree and technical steeps.

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SKU: LEK008P
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