These carbide flextips provide grip, shock absorption and security when walking over rocky or icy surfaces. Easy to install, they're compatible with all Leki trekking poles and can be used in conjunction with both Leki's trek and snowflake baskets for all-season versatility.Flexible carbide tips provide grip on rocky and icy surfacesTips can flex without damaging the pole shaftEasy to install - no tools requiredCompatible with all Leki trekking polesCan be used with Leki trek or snowflake basketsSold as a pairFlexible up to 30 degreesTough carbide tip
Keep your folding Leki poles, such as the Leki Micro sticks, neat and tidy with this purpose made lightweight bag. The bag folds in to its own end section when not in use.
The Leki Micro Vario Carbon is a unisex pole with 4 carbon pole sections, quick Speedlock2 adjustment and aergon handle top. The main distinguishing feature is that this is a foldable pole which packs down to 40cm and that all the sections are carbon fibre in order to retain a lightweight offering.
Leki Rubber Tip is a perfect companion for Trekking Poles and Walking sticks. This tip, also known as a pad or ferrule, fits over the end of all Leki Carbide or Steel Flex Tips for pavement use or on rocky ground. Features an internal steel washer to prevent tip from piercing the rubber. These are the tips that come supplied as standard on all Wanderfreund sticks.
The name says it all! The 95mm diameter of this basket lessens the chance of the pole sinking into most snow types so this is a great benefit on long journeys through the snow, indeed it might be tough work without these going up soft snow slopes.
These are a pair of replacement trekking baskets that come with most Leki poles as standard. They lessen the chance of poles sinking into soft ground and are often referred to as 'mud baskets'.
These are sold as individual poles. A strong pole with a rubber coated 'stick style' handle that can be rested on from above. The pole has a carbide flextip and interchangeable basket system. Ideal for lighter walking where heavy packs aren't in use or where the user prefers a more traditional stick handle.
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