LEKI Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA Trekking Poles

LEKI Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA Trekking Poles
LEKI Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA Trekking Poles
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Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA Trekking Poles by LEKI
Delivering the best of both worlds in collapsible convenience and adjustable versatility, the Leki Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA Trekking Poles are ideal for hikers who want high performing poles that stow easily on their pack. Utilizing Leki's Micro Vario folding system and a quick lock/release Push Button, these poles collapse and assemble easily to give you a hassle-free transition from campsite to trail and vice versa. They've got a simple adjustment system thanks to the lightweight and secure Speed Lock+, which offers around 8 inches of adjustable range for varying terrain, users, and pursuits. The cork Aergon Core-Tec grip provides a comfortable hand grip that wicks away sweat and feels soft in your hand, while an extended non-slip grip gives you a versatile hold for steeper terrain and upper-mountain summit pushes.

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SKU: LEK007X
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