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Easton Mountain Products CTR 65 ion Adjustable Trekking Poles - Dick's Sporting Goods

Easton Mountain Products CTR 65 ion Adjustable Trekking Poles

Item Number: 18644596
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Take the Easton Mountain Products® CTR 65 ion™ Adjustable Trekking Poles on your next hike! Featuring the patented Rock-Lock™ clamp, it is easy to adjust the poles to the perfect length and adjust on the fly if needed for different types of terrain. The CTR 65 ion® poles offer 2-tier adjustability and lightweight EVA-ion grips, as well as summer and winter baskets, making them perfect for any season and any type of terrain!

FEATURES:

  • Durable and lightweight all-carbon construction
  • 2-tier adjustability
  • Perfect for backcountry treks
  • Slim-fit ion grip
  • Features the patented Rock-Lock™ clamp
  • Rock-Lock™ is easily adjustable by rotating the buckle lever to the desired position, re-engage the toggle and snapping the lever closed. Once set, the lever can be locked and unlocked for collapsing without losing the locking tension.
  • Gripping area is made of lightweight EVA-ion for comfort
  • Comfort webbing strap
  • Includes winter and summer baskets
  • Fully extended length: 55.1"
  • Collapsed length: 32.7"
  • Pair weight: 1.24 lbs
  • Easton Mountain Products


Country Of Origin: China

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor recv item in timely manner, one of the poles don't hold/keep sliding when clamp together. February 12, 2014
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