LEKI Rubber Walking Tips

LEKI Rubber Walking Tips
LEKI Rubber Walking Tips
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Product Description
Rubber Walking Tips by LEKI
Slide a pair of the Leki Rubber Tip Attachment onto your poles and enjoy solid traction while your walking on smooth ground. These removable tips are a nice option to protect carbide tips, and can also be a replacement for your rubber tips.

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SKU: LEK005H
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