Ultralight Trekking Poles at Backcountry Edge

LEKI Carbonlite XL (2013) Trekking Poles (Pair)

Ideal for thru-hikers and ounce-counting backpackers, LEKI Carbonlite XL trekking poles offer premium performance at weight of just 14.8 ounces per pair! LEKI even includes an adapter to convert one of the poles to a camera monopod.

LEKI
Carbonlite XL (2013)

  • 14.8 oz/pair
  • Includes AERGON Photo Adapter
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  • Reg. Price: $219.95
    $149.95
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Exped Alpine 140 Trekking Poles (Pair)

Lightweight (14.46 oz per pair) Exped Alpine 140 trekking poles incorporate extended length grips, easy-to-use locking mechanisms and DAC aluminum construction to provide year round performance. Alpine 140 poles have an adjustability range of 41"-55".

Exped
Alpine 140

  • 14.46 oz per pair
  • Ultralight trekking pole
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  • Reg. Price: $134.99
    $99.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
MSR Swift 3 Trekking Poles (Pair)

New for 2014! An ultra-lightweight option for year-round hiking and backpacking, MSR Swift 3 trekking poles offer intuitive, fast and secure adjustability. Despite durable 7000 series aluminum construction, these poles weigh just 15.9 ounces per pair!

MSR
Swift 3

  • 15.9 oz/pair
  • Ultra-lightweight 3-part pole
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  • Reg. Price: $129.95
    $103.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
MSR Swift 2 Trekking Poles (Pair)

New for 2014! An ultra-lightweight option for year-round hiking and backpacking, MSR Swift 2 trekking poles offer intuitive, fast and secure adjustability. Despite durable 7000 series aluminum construction, these poles weigh just 15.0 ounces per pair!

MSR
Swift 2

  • 15 oz/pair
  • Ultra-lightweight 2-part pole
  • Reg. Price: $119.95
    $95.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Exped Explorer 130 Trekking Poles (Pair)

Lightweight (14.46 oz per pair) and collapsible, Exped Explorer 130 trekking poles feature 4 telescoping DAC aluminum sections that provide a broad range of adjustability (41"-51") while packing down small enough to fit inside your pack or luggage.

Exped
Explorer 130

  • 14.46 oz per pair
  • Ultralight and compact trekking pole
  • Reg. Price: $149.99
    $109.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's Trekking Poles (Pair)

Weighing a mere 12 ounces per pair, Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's poles are among the lightest trekking/snowshoeing poles on the market. These carbon-fiber, two-section poles also feature easy-to-use external locking mechanisms and extended length grips.

Komperdell
C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's

  • 12 oz/pair
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  • Reg. Price: $149.94
    $109.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
MSR Flight 3 Trekking Poles (Pair)

A lightweight option for ski touring, snowshoeing or year-round hiking, MSR Flight 3 trekking poles offer fast and easy adjustability. The 3-section poles pack down small, offer maximum adjustability and weigh just 15.9 ounces per pair!

MSR
Flight 3

  • 15.9 oz/pair
  • Lightweight, compactible poles
  • Reg. Price: $129.95
    $99.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
MSR Flight 2 Trekking Poles (Pair)

An ultra-lightweight option for ski touring, snowshoeing or year-round hiking, MSR Flight 2 trekking poles offer intuitive, fast and secure adjustability. The durable 2-section poles weigh just 15 ounces per pair!

MSR
Flight 2

  • 15.0 oz/pair
  • Ultra-lightweight poles
  • Reg. Price: $109.95
    $84.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
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