LEKI Voyager Trekking Poles

LEKI Voyager Trekking Poles
LEKI Voyager Trekking Poles
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Voyager Trekking Poles by LEKI
While it may be fun to hunt for the perfect walking stick each time you head out for a long hike, you'll save plenty of time and energy when you hit the dusty trail with your Leki Voyager Trekking Poles in hand. Leki constructed these robust trekking poles with a lightweight yet durable aluminum shaft and a secure Super Lock mechanism that holds them securely when you're charging down the trail. The PA Safety grip hold securely in your hands, and the collapsible length lets you stash them in your back while you're scrambling through scree fields.

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SKU: LEK005B
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