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Trail Ergo Cork Trekking Poles - Women's
With an ergonomic, natural cork grip, double FlickLock® adjustability and interchangeable Tech Tips, the Women's Trail Ergo Cork defines 4-season, on-trail versatility. READ MORE
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With an ergonomic, natural cork grip, double FlickLock® adjustability and interchangeable Tech Tips, the Women's Trail Ergo Cork defines 4-season, on-trail versatility. Learn More
DescriptionA versatile lightweight trekker with an ergonomically angled grip, the Women's Trail Ergo Cork Trekking Pole features a padded adjustable strap and a natural cork grip for comfort and moisture management. Dual FlickLocks offer complete adjustability, while our interchangeable carbide Tech Tips are easily swapped for our rubber Tech Tips (sold separately) to accommodate different trail surfaces.
- Women’s-specific, adjustable strap, padded for comfort
- Natural cork grip wicks away sweat
- 15-degree corrective angle for optimal grip position
- Non-slip foam grip extension
- Double FlickLock®
- Interchangeable carbide Tech Tips
- Includes low profile trekking baskets and powder baskets
Series : Mountain
Weight Per Pair : 462 g (1 lb)
Usable Length : 65-125 cm (26-49 in)
Collapsed Length : 65 cm (26 in)
Trail Ergo Cork Trekking Poles - Women's is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by RockWaterBlizzards from Love the cork! Love these! Got 6 years out of my first pair of BD poles and they served me well through extensive use on both rock and snow, but the foam grips were starting to disintegrate and get sticky and slimy. Upgraded to the cork earlier this summer. Both the texture and the angle on the handles make the grip more secure and comfortable. Nearly 100 miles on the new ones already, including 3 volcanoes. Solid as can be.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marcy from Just What I Was Hoping For Love the trekking poles. Can't wait to use them in Madagascar! Four stars since I haven't had the opportunity to see how they function in the field - yet...
Date published: 2017-09-25