The Mountainsmith Pyrite 7075 Trekking Poles are designed to keep you comfortable through long hikes across uneven terrain. The aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum is sturdy enough for big expeditions, but it comes in a lightweight, ergonomic package. The Pyrite boasts a molded Cork and EVA foam handle for comfort and extra grip, while the carbide tips grip the ground, rocks, scree, or river bottoms of your wanderings. You'll be working out your arms, but they won't be feeling it thanks to the spring-loaded, anti-shock system.
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