LEKI Traveller Carbon Trekking Pole

LEKI Traveller Carbon Trekking Pole
LEKI Traveller Carbon Trekking Pole
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Traveller Carbon Trekking Pole by LEKI
Hopefully by the time you're too old to hike, the Leki Traveller Carbon Trekking Pole will look beyond well-traveled. This carbon pole only weighs six ounces, and its adjustable design can pack away whenever the trail isn't too technical. The handle is made of cork to customize to your hand's contours for an extremely comfortable grip, and it's coupled with Leki's innovative Trigger S 2. 0 strap, which is removable for ease of convenience.

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SKU: LEK008Q
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