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Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS Trekking Poles

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Tellurite 7075 OLS Trekking Poles

The Mountainsmith Tellurite 7075 OLS Trekking Poles are durable and versatile to provide you with stability for your hiking and backpacking adventures. Designed to withstand the rigors of days on the trail, their aluminum shafts with a max load capacity of 160 pounds won't break easily. Their adjustable length adapts to the changing slopes you encounter throughout your hikes, and the collapsible design stows away easily when you need to free up your hands.

  • Adjustable trekking poles for stability across changing terrain
  • Durable aluminum shafts have a max load capacity of 160 pounds
  • Extended cork, EVA, and TPR handle provides a comfortable grip
  • Soft-touch webbing wrist straps keep poles secure on the trail
  • Snow and hiking baskets included to tackle dry and snowy trails
  • Rubber boot tips add grip when you are hiking on snow pack
  • Item #MOU008B

Shaft
7075 aluminum
Length
adjustable
Adjustable Length
25 - 54in
Locking Mechanism
OLS (outerlock adjustment system)
Grip
extended, cork, EVA, TPR
Strap
adjustable, soft-touch webbing
Tip
carbide, rubber
Included Baskets
snow, hiking
Claimed Weight
1lb 4oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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The Outerlock (OLS) adjustment system allows for quick and easy height adjustment as your terrain varies along the trail. Built with 7075 aluminum, the 2019 Tellurite trekking poles are as durable as they are versatile. Sold as pair.

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