LEKI Vario XS Trekking Pole - Kids'

LEKI Vario XS Trekking Pole - Kids'
LEKI Vario XS Trekking Pole - Kids'
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Vario XS Trekking Pole - Kids' by LEKI
The Leki Kids' Vario XS Speedlock Jr Trekking Pole adjusts to accommodate your ever-growing adventurers. The SpeedLock locking mechanism ensures precise and secure adjustments with the flick of a switch, so even the young ones can handle it without help. There's a slight angle at the Positive Angle Safety Soft Grip for comfort and improved performance, and the safety strap adjusts to fit bulky gloves when the kids want to play in the snow. Plus, the anti-shock system reduces fatigue to keep moaning and groaning to a minimum when you take a wrong turn and that 2-mile hike turns into a slightly longer trek home.

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SKU: LEK005A
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