Easton ATR-70 Adjustable Trekking Poles
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Make sure you have a set of the Easton® ATR-70 Adjustable Trekking Poles for your next outdoor adventure. These durable poles are constructed from ultra-light high-strength aluminum so they will hold up to lots of use without weighing you down. Easton's® patented Rock-Lock clamp system lets you set your pole to the tension you desire while leaving you the ability to collapse it without losing your locking tension.
- Features the patented Rock-Lock™ clamp system, which offers full adjustability with a positive locking action. Simply rotate the buckle lever into your desired position, re-engage the toggle joint and snap the lever into a closed position. Once you've set the pole to the tension you desire, you can lock and unlock the pole to collapse it without losing the locking tension.
- 3-tier adjustable
- Constructed from ultra-light high-strength 7075 aluminum
- Dual-density comfort grip
- Dura-light webbing strap
- Winter and summer baskets are included
- Extended length: 55.12"
- Collapsed length: 25.75"
- Easton Mountain Products
Country of Origin: TaiwanWeb ID: 13313107
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Rock Locks are adjustable. Some of the previous customers discussed how the Rock Lock clamps fail. I have these poles and had a lock that would not hold well. If you pull the latch back one side comes out of the clamp which locks the pole, The latch length can be adjusted by turning it a turn or two. Slip it back into the clamp and it will clamp more tightly and the pole will not collapse. This design it great, very sleek, easy to adjust once you know how. Great pole at a great price. February 23, 2014
It Slides While the trekking poles look well designed, if you put enough pressure on them, they will slide, even though they are locked. May 28, 2013
Not what they are cracked up to be Rock licks evidently fail frequently. There were 4 pairs of sticks on the rack inthe store and every pair had one stick w/broken "rock locks". I split 2 sets to get 2 sticks with functioning locks. However, when trying to cross a hazard on the trail the next morning, the licks didn't hold @ one of the sticks collapsed into itself. Very disappointed in quality for 80.00 sticks. January 15, 2013
Waiting to try it... Will be getting this for Christmas, anxiously waiting to try them. Been exercising at a health institute and they want me to bring them in and walk the hall. Many people don't know the benefits of walking poles. I believe they will help me to walk more, as I'm a little unsteady now. (I'm 74 years old.) December 19, 2012
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