Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS WSD Trekking Poles

Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS WSD Trekking Poles
Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS WSD Trekking Poles
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Tellurite 7075 OLS WSD Trekking Poles by Mountainsmith
You spent the morning, well, the whole day, climbing the front pitches of Snake Dike on Half Dome in Yosemite. To your knowledgeable demise, once you top out on this climb, you have a 9-mile hike-off waiting for you. Thankfully, you brought up your Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS WSD Trekking Poles to help get you off the cliff. With a sturdy aluminum shaft and comfortable woman-specific grips, you are able to cruise the hike, gracefully stepping over scorpions and large rocks as night falls. The rubber tips keep you from slipping around and offer confidence in steep sections. The adjustable handle straps keep you in place, even when the scrambling gets tough.

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SKU: MOU008C
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