Helinox - DL145 - Trekking poles

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£ 131.95
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Attributes & features
Design:
3 segment telescopic pole
Recommended use:
Expeditions; Trekking; Ski touring; Mountain touring
Material:
Aluminum (DAC TH72M)
Adjustment range:
up to 145 cm
Clamping system:
Rocker arm clamp
Leash:
adjustable
Basket:
Trekking basket (interchangeable)
Tip:
hardened tungsten tip
Packed dimensions:
64.5 cm
Weight:
456 g (pair)
Extras:
Foam grips; Rubber protector for pole points
Item No.:
526-0251
Product description
If you've never hiked with trekking poles, it's about time you tried. Made from Helinox's proprietary alloy, the Causeway Series Trekking Poles will make a believer out of you with a design that's light, sturdy, and will save your knees during steep and rocky descents. The Causeway series is available in either a groove locking system or a dual locking lever design. Both are designed to handle heavy loads and are suitable for both gear intensive treks and single day peak bagging hikes. And when you need some extra cushion in steep and demanding terrain, The Groove Lock Shock Absorber option utilizes a mechanical engagement system to increase the load capacity of the poles.

  • Aluminum shaft
  • Collapsible, adjustable length
  • Foam grips
  • Carbide tips

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