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Go the Distance.
- Lightweight EVA foam grips feature women-specific sizing and finger indentations for improved comfort over long distances
- Z-Pole technology divides each pole shaft into three foldable sections so the poles store easily in or attached to the outside of your pack
- Speed Cone tips on the ends of each shaft section allow for quick deployment and help protect the shaft ends from everyday wear and tear
- FlickLock locking system delivers 20cm of adjustability so you can match the poles' length to your height and make on-trail adjustments according to changes in terrain
- Plush, moisture-wicking straps let you relax your grip on the poles and won't dig into your skin
- Non-slip grip extensions below the handles allow you to 'choke up' your grip during brief uphill sections
- Non-marking rubber Tech Tips deliver traction over hard surfaces such as cobblestone, while carbide Tech Tips bite into softer surfaces like dirt, mud, and grass
- When the poles are broken down for storage, stopper baskets nest each shaft section in dedicated grooves for added convenience and on-trail organization
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easy to pack and use
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I am a total novice in regards to trekking poles and I want to thank BC staff for the patience with me. For starters, I thought I was missing the carbide tips, just hadn't unpacked everything. There were rubber tips on the poles when I recd them and the carbide tips were enclosed in a small plastic bag. I chose these poles for the complete ease of packing them for a trip to the Swiss Alps for a long hiking trip. They performed great, I was able to adjust the length on the trail as I needed. I wasn't completely happy with the grips but I used glove liners to make them more comfortable. As the days went by I relaxed and loosened my grip and they were fine. I compared these with the Leki Aragon Cressida and I found it hard to make a choice but I decided on these because of the packing issues.
Is the price sold with a pair of trekking...
Is the price sold with a pair of trekking poles?
Yep, that's the price for the pair.