With easy-to-use external locking mechanisms and tactile cork grips, Kelty Scree trekking poles are a reliable option for hiking or backpacking. A telescoping design provides a 35"-54" height adjustability range.
The poles are constructed of durable 7075 anodized aluminum. Intuitive external locking mechanisms make it easy to adjust the poles to a comfortable height. When not in use, the poles collapse down to 25" in length.
Ergonomic cork handles provide a comfortable, confident grip regardless of conditions and an extended section of EVA foam allows you to grab the poles further down the shaft without having to stop and adjust the length. This is especially convenient when you're hiking switchbacks. Padded straps increase comfort and reduce strain on your wrists.
Non-slip carbide tips provide purchase on varying terrain and rubber tips are included to allow the poles to be used on rock, on improved surfaces, or indoors.
Kelty Scree trekking poles are sold in pairs. Standard trekking baskets are included and broader diameter Snow Baskets (sold separately) are available for winter use.
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- Adjustable length
- Adjustable padded wrist strap
- Non-slip carbide tips
- Protective tip cover for transit
- Rubber tip cover for use on cement/pavement
- Extended cork/EVA foam grip
- External locking mechanism
- Snow basket compatible (sold separately)
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking Item Weight 20 oz/pair Other Rubber Tips Included Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Aluminum Shafts Minimum Length 35" (90 cm), Collapsed Length of 25" (64 cm) Maximum Length 54" (135 cm)
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