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Thanks to their carbon fiber construction and collapsible design, the LEKI Micro Vario Carbon Trekking Poles weigh a mere half-pound each and have a length of only 15 inches when packed. The push button and internal spring system ensure quick assembly and the super-strong Speed Lock system allows you to easily adjust the length, even while wearing thick gloves.

  • Carbon fiber construction keeps the weight to just 8.25 ounces per pole
  • Speed Lock system has the highest locking strength of any external system on the market and is easy to operate while wearing gloves in harsh weather conditions
  • Pole provides 7.8 inches in length adjustment
  • Aergon grip technology encourages a wide range of grip options and has a hollow shell cavity to keep weight to a minimum
  • Push button system allows you to collapse the pole to a compact 15 inches
  • Padded strap provides comfortable support and has a release function for safety
  • Titanium sleeves provide a precise and secure connection of the sections
  • Hardened carbide tip provides a secure grip on every type of terrain

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Are these poles only for size 110-130?...

Are these poles only for size 110-130? Does Leki make the Micro Vario Carbon poles in a larger size range to accommodate taller folks?

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Unfortunately these are only made in the 110-130cm size. According to the Leki sizing guide the 130cm is suitable for a person up to 6ft 2in in height.

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You should take a look at the new SWIX Sonic R1 pole. They go up to 150cm. I had a chance to demo a pr at OR last winter and they were awesome! Not only are they lighter and way stiffer than my BD carbons, but the strap and the locking mechanism are way better. TGR has a great review on them.