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Trekking Pole [WALKER II]
Trekking Pole [WALKER II]
$290
NIKKO

Trekking Pole [WALKER II]

Sold and shipped by Nikko Sports
Available
Trail-Explorer 3 Session Trekking Poles - Mulberry
Trail-Explorer 3 Session Trekking Poles - Mulberry
$539 −20%
$431
4 models available
BLACK DIAMOND

Trail-Explorer 3 Session Trekking Poles - Mulberry

Sold and shipped by Protrek
Available
Aluminum alloy five-section trekking pole (with tip protection cover) - Blue
Aluminum alloy five-section trekking pole (with tip protection cover) - Blue
$210 −20%
$168
T920906 VR T Handle Trekking Pole
T920906 VR T Handle Trekking Pole
$225
4 models available
VR TRAVELER

T920906 VR T Handle Trekking Pole

Sold and shipped by Mega World Asia Group Limited
Available
Trekking Pole [MT SEORAK]
Trekking Pole [MT SEORAK]
$230
NIKKO

Trekking Pole [MT SEORAK]

Sold and shipped by Nikko Sports
Available
Transalper Pro Trail running poles
Transalper Pro Trail running poles
$1,450
DYNAFIT

Transalper Pro Trail running poles

Sold and shipped by RC Outfitters
Available
4-Node All Carbon Folding Trekking Pole (110cm/120cm/130cm)
4-Node All Carbon Folding Trekking Pole  (110cm/120cm/130cm)
$579 −20%
$459
2 models available
NATURE HIKE OUTDOORS

4-Node All Carbon Folding Trekking Pole (110cm/120cm/130cm)

Sold and shipped by Think Action
Available
T Handle Trekking Pole
T Handle Trekking Pole
$245
4 models available
VR TRAVELER

T Handle Trekking Pole

Sold and shipped by Mega World Asia Group Limited
Available
Walking Pole Pocketrek
Walking Pole Pocketrek
$320
MASTERS

Walking Pole Pocketrek

Sold and shipped by Co-Service Sports Equipment Company
Available
Trekking Pole [POCKETREK]
Trekking Pole [POCKETREK]
$320
NIKKO

Trekking Pole [POCKETREK]

Sold and shipped by Nikko Sports
Available
LFS6322 Shift Trekking Pole
LFS6322 Shift Trekking Pole
$449
LAFUMA

LFS6322 Shift Trekking Pole

Sold and shipped by Mega World Asia Group Limited
Available
Foldable Trekking Pole - Blue
Foldable Trekking Pole - Blue
$290
2 models available
NIKKO

Foldable Trekking Pole - Blue

Sold and shipped by Nikko Sports
Available
3 Sections T-Head Trekking Pole (105mm) - Red
3 Sections T-Head Trekking Pole (105mm) - Red
$255
2 models available
VR TRAVELER

3 Sections T-Head Trekking Pole (105mm) - Red

Sold and shipped by Mega World Asia Group Limited
Available
Walking Pole Summit Light Red
Walking Pole Summit Light Red
$420
MASTERS

Walking Pole Summit Light Red

Sold and shipped by Co-Service Sports Equipment Company
Available
SUMMIT QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE
SUMMIT QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE
$180
TRITON

SUMMIT QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE

Sold and shipped by RC Outfitters
Available
Carbon Qic-Lock Pole
Carbon Qic-Lock Pole
$350
TRITON

Carbon Qic-Lock Pole

Sold and shipped by RC Outfitters
Available
Trekking Pole [WU TAI SHAN]
Trekking Pole [WU TAI SHAN]
$240
NIKKO

Trekking Pole [WU TAI SHAN]

Sold and shipped by Nikko Sports
Available
TREK QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE
TREK QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE
$190
TRITON

TREK QIC-LOCK HIKING POLE

Sold and shipped by RC Outfitters
Available
ALTIPLANO TREKKING POLE
ALTIPLANO TREKKING POLE
$349
LAFUMA

ALTIPLANO TREKKING POLE

Sold and shipped by Mega World Asia Group Limited
Available
Gipron 310 Mont Blanc Radiance Version
Gipron 310 Mont Blanc Radiance Version
$999
GIPRON

Gipron 310 Mont Blanc Radiance Version

Sold and shipped by Happy Together 活樂遊
Available
GOMA 3-section Walking Pole, Blue
GOMA 3-section Walking Pole, Blue
$185
2 models available
GOMA

GOMA 3-section Walking Pole, Blue

Sold and shipped by Co-Service Sports Equipment Company
Available
GOMA 4-Section HANA Trekking Pole, Blue
GOMA 4-Section HANA Trekking Pole, Blue
$130
GOMA

GOMA 4-Section HANA Trekking Pole, Blue

Sold and shipped by Co-Service Sports Equipment Company
Available
GOMA 4-section Trekking Pole, Yellow
GOMA 4-section Trekking Pole, Yellow
$230
2 models available
GOMA

GOMA 4-section Trekking Pole, Yellow

Sold and shipped by Co-Service Sports Equipment Company
Available
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Hiking poles: the essential accessory for hikers

Hiking poles quickly become essential accessories for hikers. They secure your step and give you more stability. They serve as additional support and relieve aching muscles. Size, weight, finishes are all different criteria to consider before buying a hiking pole. Here is a little review concerning the important elements of this hiking accessory.

Is the weight of a hiking pole important?

If you are going to hike for several consecutive days, light hiking poles are recommended. Especially if you have to hang them on to your backpack which already contains all your belongings so that you are perfectly autonomous. To save space, we recommend using foldable or telescopic poles (2 or 3 sections) because they can be easily stored in a bag or left in the trunk of your car (so you never forget them).

Depending on your activity, select poles that suit you the best. 1 section for a rigid and resistant pole that you will not have to put in your backpack. 2 or 3 sections for more freedom and less rigidity.

Then choose the material: aluminium to resist torsion or carbon to save weight.

What are the advantages of a telescopic hiking pole?

Telescopic hiking poles can be adjusted easily to your size, but also to the difficulty of the terrain. The most common models are twist-lock poles. The screw inside the joint threads up into a plastic plug, making it expand against the inside of the next pole section Added grip under the handle is an advantage too. The lever-lock poles clamp easily to the right height. Heavier than the twist-lock system, they are more practical in winter when wearing gloves. Foldable poles are lighter and more compact than telescopic poles. The only drawback is that their length isn't as easy to adjust when in the mountains.

Wrist straps, handles and tips: the details that make a difference to a hiking pole

Plastic handles are harder so less comfortable than rubber, cork or foam ones. Some handles also have wrist straps, which are practical in the snow in winter. The wrist strap is used so that you don't lose the pole when walking and also secures support by preventing the hand to continually clench the handle. Tungsten carbide tips are more resistant to abrasion than steel ones.

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