Mountainsmith Halite 7075 Trekking Poles

Mountainsmith Halite 7075 Trekking Poles
Mountainsmith Halite 7075 Trekking Poles
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Halite 7075 Trekking Poles by Mountainsmith
When you're out on uneven trails and space and portability are a premium, bring along the Mountainsmith Halite 7075 Trekking Poles for stability while you hike. Designed to take a beating on the trail, their durable aluminum shafts won't break easily thanks to a max load capacity of 160lb, and their four-piece collapsible design makes it easy to break the poles down and lash them to a backpack when you need your hands free to scramble up a steep summit.

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SKU: MOU007Y
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