LEKI Micro Trail Pro Trekking Poles

LEKI Micro Trail Pro Trekking Poles
LEKI Micro Trail Pro Trekking Poles
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Micro Trail Pro Trekking Poles by LEKI
Leki's Micro Trail Pro Trekking Poles really are choice when you take your trail running prowess to mountain marathons. Leki made the Micro Trail out of the lightest carbon in the factory; that means reduced swing weight and muscle stress. They also fold into four separate sections so you can tuck them away with ease. Their Trigger Shark grips boast removable straps and an extendable cork grip for customized comfort.

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SKU: LEK004J
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