Terra Hiker Hiking Sticks Adjustable Trekking Poles, Collapsible Lightweight Hiking Poles with Lever Lock and Carry Sack for Camping, Hiking

October 25, 2019 - Comment
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Product Description
The Terra Hiker trekking pole is designed to reduce impact on knees and hip joints while you are hiking on rough terrains. It is perfect for traveling hikers, mountaineers and trekkers who prefer a lightweight and compact design.

How to assemble Terra Hiker hiking stick
1. Unfold the trekking pole, keep each section well connected
2. Pull down the section with printed arrow, until the metal buttons pop up and lock well
3. Lift up the locking lever and adjust the pole to your desired length
4. Adjust the bolt tightness with the screw
5. Push down the locking lever and make sure it doesn’t pop up

Added Convenience
The tungsten steel pole tip boasts extraordinary hardness, strong abrasion resistance and corrosion resistance. Its diamond-cutting surface offers a firm and anti-slip hold on different terrains. The detachable mud basket prevents your pole from sinking into soft grounds such as snow-capped mountains, desert sands, or forests.

Enjoy the Many Benefits of Terra Hiker Trekking Poles!
1.Reduce the impact on your legs, knees, ankles and feet.
2.Enhance your balance and stability to prevent injury.
3.Establish and maintain a consistent rhythm, which can increase your speed.
4.Evenly build up your muscles and protect your waist and spine.
5.Reduce 40% of physical consumption.

Specifications
Material: Aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum alloy
Length when folded: 13.77 in / 35 cm
Adjustable length: 40.95 in – 48.75 in (105 cm-125 cm)
Handle: Foam
Hand strap: Durable and comfortable fabric
Locking system: FLS locking mechanism
Pole tip: Tungsten steel
Net weight: 0.61 lbs/280 g per stick

Package Contents:
2 x Trekking pole
Note: Never extend the pole beyond the “STOP” mark when adjusting the length.

Product Features

  • NEWLY UPGRADED MODEL: Terra Hiker trekking poles help you improve balance on uneven ground and save energy going up and down steep trails while reducing impact force by up to 40% on your knees
  • ULTRA-LIGHT & STRONG: Considering you are lifting your arm up thousands of times per day, potentially 10,000 or more times on a multi-day trip, these super lightweight trekking poles can really help; It only weighs 0.61 lbs (280 g) per stick while boasting excellent impact resistance and durability
  • ADJUSTABLE LENGTH: The walking stick extends from 41 in to 49 in, suitable for people from 4’9 -6′ (150 cm-185 cm); easily preset the length to match your height; measures 13.77 in (35 cm) in length when folded; packing more easily into a suitcase or carry sack, they are easier to travel with
  • ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Foam handles, besides keeping your hands cooler, can absorb water and snow which can stick to them and make them even less ideal for cold weather activities, adjustable wrist strap is comfortable to hold and provides extra stability
  • EXTERNAL LEVER LOCK: Easy to adjust and lock for a fast and secure adjustment; offers excellent resistance under all weather conditions

Comments

Anonymous says:

Peace on earth and on treks What a relief, No more punctured eyes and torn backpacks!There are many to choose from and I got this one as it was light and looked good. I sued it extensively for a week in the Arches NP, Zion Narrows in 2 feet of water and then coming down Angels landing – it saved my knees.But true to spec – it was light and folded down to a mere 16 inches to fit into my day pack. The velcro was precise and strong enough to keep the stick folded and the joints overlap a good amount to give…

Anonymous says:

Hiked the entire Colorado Trail with these poles I hiked the entire Colorado Trail (474 miles) with these poles. For the price, I was not expecting much but I needed poles that collapsed to take on an airplane. These poles exceeded my expectations. I have paid three times the price for poles of similar quality. I gave only 4 stars because there were a couple of times when the pole would disengage where the small metal “button” meets the metal pole and I needed to spend a few minutes trying to fix it. This was not the end of the World…

Anonymous says:

Very good poles/easy to pack If was skeptical about these, as I already have a very good (and expensive) pair of trekking poles. However, the TSA no longer allows you to carry poles like these on the plane, and I needed something small enough to pack in my 22″ duffel bag for a trip to Iceland, Most do not collapse down to less than about 25 or 26 inches, and won’t fit a bag that small even on the diagonal. These got very good reviews, so I decided to take a chance. I ordered two of them (one is good, but two are…

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