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LEKI Lhasa Lite Antishock Women's (2014) Trekking Poles (Pair) Item # LEKD4211
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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.
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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.

Lhasa Lite Antishock Women’s trekking oles feature LEKI's Soft Antishock Lite System (SLS) that reduces stress on the joints, muscles and ligaments. The combination of internal steel springs and elastomer creates a smooth and unique suspension system that is quieter and reduces shock more effectively than other designs. LEKI places the absorption system closer to the point of impact by embedding it inside the shafts of the lower pole sections, keeping the springs cleaner and requiring less maintenance.

Incorporating a 15-degree positive angle that preserves a natural position for your wrists, the dynamic, lightweight AERGON COR-TEC Compact grips have an ovoid shape that can be palmed or held traditionally. The grips are made from 80% natural ground cork and 20% latex, making them strong and comfortable. Rubberized, dimpled tops offer textured grip points and ultra-lightweight, easy-to-adjust straps reduce stress on your wrists and provide additional security and comfort.

LEKI's Speed Lock system utilizes integrated stainless steel pressure plates to provide a secure lock and keep pole sections from slipping. The fiberglass-reinforced mechanism resists stretching so it retains its locking ability after repeated use. NOTE: The lowest shaft sections employ more traditional internal locking mechanisms that provide strong, secure closure without inhibiting the shock absorption.

Lhasa Lite Antishock Women’s poles employ carbide flex tips that deflect up to 30 degrees without damaging the lower pole sections. This reduces the risk of pole breakage if the pole should get caught between rocks or tree roots on the trail. Standard trekking baskets are included and are interchangeable with a simple screw on/off design that stays secure. Optional snowflake and deep powder baskets (sold separately) allow the poles to be converted for winter use.

Sold in pairs, LEKI Lhasa Lite Antishock Women’s trekking poles have a usable adjustability range of 25.4"-49.2".

  • Shafts made from carbon
  • Speed Lock and Super Lock Systems
  • AERGON COR-TEC natural cork composite grip
  • Security wrist straps
  • Carbide flex tips
  • Soft Anti-Shock Lite used in the lower shaft
  • Works with all Leki baskets (sold separately)
  • Sold in pairs
Specs

Specs

Recommended Use High-Performance Hiking and Backpacking
Warranty Lifetime
Type Aluminum Shafts
Minimum Length 25.4" (65 cm)
Maximum Length 49.2" (125 cm)
Item Weight 18.1 oz/pair
Reviews

2 Item(s)

Strong gear for tough trails.

Likes: Lightweight and sturdy. Hand grips are well designed. If anything, these poles provide a mental boost in just knowing they're capable of handling any situation you may run across while trekking.

Dislikes: N/A

Reviewed by Gregory M. - June 12, 2015
Wish I Could Keep Them.

Likes: These trekking poles have a nice grip which stays cool in the heat. They are easy to adjust and the external locking mechanism works great.

Dislikes: The twist lock on the bottom section did not hold and that section collapsed. As much as I enjoyed the feel of these poles I will be returning them, because I cannot risk the lock loosening or giving way mid-hike.

Reviewed by Amanda C. - May 26, 2015