At a weight of just 16 ounces per pair, Helinox Ridgeline Dual Lever Lock 135 trekking poles employ reliable aluminum construction and external locking mechanisms to deliver a broad range of adjustability.
Dual-cam levers are easy to use and they apply secure locking strength to the DAC TH72M aluminum alloy pole sections. The three-section design enables the poles to collapse down to 24” in length while offering a maximum usable length of 53”. An environmentally friendly anodizing process strengthens the aluminum without excessive water consumption and without the use of harsh nitric or phosphoric acids.
Ergonomic foam grips allow hands to maintain a natural position. The grips extend far down the upper pole sections, allowing you to adjust where you grasp the poles while eliminating the need to shorten or extend the poles each time you encounter a steep slope. Integrated, adjustable straps reduce stress on your wrists and provide additional security.
Carbide tips provide reliable traction. Integrated trekking baskets keep poles from sinking too deeply into soft ground and failing to provide rigid support.
Helinox Ridgeline Dual Lever Lock 135 trekking poles are sold in pairs.
- Innovative dual-cam Lever Lock uses a vertical locking motion for increased leverage
- DAC's proprietary TH72M aluminum alloy
- DAC Green Anodizing involves no nitric or phosphoric acid and greatly reduces water consumption by using recycled water for rinsing
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking Item Weight 16.0 oz/pair Warranty 3 Year Limited Type Trekking Poles (Pair) Minimum Length Collapsed length of 24" Maximum Length 53"
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