Combining lightweight design with features like antishock, advanced locking mechanisms and extended ergonomic grips, LEKI's Cressida Antishock Women's trekking poles offer support and durability at a weight of only 17.2 ounces per pair.
Updated for 2014! Weighing 18.1 ounces per pair and
featuring shock absorption, innovative grips and external locking mechanisms,
LEKI Lhasa Lite Antishock Women's trekking poles are ideal for backpackers,
thru-hikers or first-time users.
Updated for 2014! LEKI Jannu Antishock Women’s
trekking poles offer high-performance features at a budget-friendly price.
Easy-to-use external locking mechanisms, integrated shock absorption and
ergonomic grips equip the poles for varied terrain.
LEKI is pronounced, "Lake-ee". LE is the first two letters of the owner's last name, Klaus Lenhart, and KI is from the location of the company, Kirchheim/Teck, Germany.
LEKI, the world's leading manufacturer of ski, hiking and trekking poles had its start in Kircheim, Germany as a hobby of its founder, Karl Lenhart, an airframe mechanic and avid skier. After successfully creating light-weight poles for his friends, in 1954, the hobby became a full time business.
In 1990, LEKI USA was incorporated. The North American market has embraced the company's line of alpine, Nordic, back country, mountaineering, Nordic walking, and trekking poles. Like their European counterparts who have been loyal to LEKI for nearly five decades, North American outdoor enthusiasts know and appreciate LEKI quality and value.
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Simple, inexpensive poles for beginners and no-frills hikers.
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