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Mountainsmith Pyrite 7075 Trekking Poles (Pair) Item # MNSD4202
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$54.94
$54.94

Availability: In Stock!

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships Tuesday.
Made of
lightweight 7075 aluminum, Mountainsmith Pyrite 7075 trekking poles are rugged
enough for extreme expeditions, yet versatile enough for everyday use. Three
adjusting sections offer a broad-range of height usability.
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Made of lightweight 7075 aluminum, Mountainsmith Pyrite 7075 trekking poles are rugged enough for extreme expeditions, yet versatile enough for everyday use. Three adjusting sections offer a broad-range of height usability.

The Pyrite 7075’s molded cork and EVA foam grips are both soft and firm for a more comfortable handhold. Adjustable webbing/neoprene straps and an integrated anti-shock system help to minimize impact on your joints.

The carbide tips provide traction on ice and rock, and removable rubber boot tips are provided for off-trail use. The narrow profile hiking baskets can be removed quickly without tools and left at home or replaced with snow baskets (sold separately).

Sold in pairs, Mountainsmith Pyrite 7075 trekking poles expand to 54" (137 cm) and collapse to 26.5" (67 cm).

  • Molded cork handle/Eva handle
  • Three telescoping sections
  • Spring loaded anti-shock system with twist lock-out feature
  • Twist-lock Double Cam adjustment
  • Removable hiking baskets w/locking pin
  • Rubber boot tips
  • Adjustable webbing and Neoprene wrist strap
  • Snow basket compatible
Specs

Specs

Recommended Use 3-Season Backpacking and Hiking
Warranty Lifetime
Type Aluminum Shafts
Minimum Length 26.5" (67 cm)
Maximum Length 54" (137 cm)
Item Weight 1 lb 5 oz/pair
Reviews

2 Item(s)

Likes: These are my first trekking poles, but I'm happy with them. Did a 5 mile "break in" hike today and they were helpful on the snowy/icy/muddy climbs - and even more on the descents! Locking mechanism held well, tips "bit" well and not too much, and the grips are comfortable.

Dislikes: No dislikes.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - November 22, 2014

Likes: Works great.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - October 7, 2014