It's easy to get in the zone and think that the push towards the summit is your final challenge of the day, but after a few good pictures and a snack or two you've got a long, steep way down. Make the road a little easier with the shock-absorbing performance of the Leki Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA AS Trekking Poles. Thanks to Leki's Dynamic Suspension System you've got vibration-damping performance to protect your joints and muscles on steep slopes when you need the most support from your poles. So whether you're navigating a rocky downhill or pushing up steep single track you can really lean into your poles, especially with their light but strong aluminum construction. With an adjustable range of 8 inches and a non-slip extended grip, these poles are prepared for changing terrain and steep upper-mountain slopes. The Micro Vario folding system lets them pack down to only 15 inches, making them easy to lash onto your pack when you're settling in for the night or need your hands free on rocky and technical terrain. The cork grip ensures soft comfort and moisture-wicking performance, and the carbide tip delivers steady grip on ever-changing trail surfaces, both wet and dry.
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