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2Pcs Hiking Walking Sticks

$58.99

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Features:

1.5-Section Telescopic Pole Provides Suitable Flexibility

2.Adjustable Length From Approx 14.54" To 54.23"(37cm To 138cm)

3.Ergonomic EVA Handle Grip Offers A Maximum Non-Slip, Comfortable, Natural And Warm Handhold

4.Replaceable Rubber Ferrules For Pavement, Indoor, Boardwalk Or Similar Use

5.Adjustable Wrist Strap Which Is Excellent And Easy To Use.

6.Extended,Lightweight Non-Slip Grip

7.Durable,Lightweight And Highest Strength 7075 Aluminum With Frosted Effect

Handmade Excellence

8.Shock Absorber With Superior Characteristics,Reduces Strain On The Wrist

9.Outstanding Mountaineering Staff For Hiking On Rugged Terrain

10.Short or long - fits for men, women, teenager. Each package comes in pair with holder bag.

11.Whether you are for fishing, hunting, hiking, these folding poles are the only trek poles you will ever need.

Note:

Due to manual measurement, the error is within ±1cm

Specifications:

Color:Black

Weight: 328g/1pc (With package)

Size:37-138cm/14.54-54.23"

​Material: Aviation Aluminum Alloy

Package includes:

2Pcs trekking pole

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