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Ultrasport 3 in 1 All-Season Trekking Hiking Ski Pole, length 28 to 57 inch (71 to 145 cm) incl. 3M reflective strips


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  • Patented, Adjustable Anti-Shock System
  • Ergonomically Shaped Handles With Adjustable Wrist Straps
  • Ideal To Transport Due To Triple Telescopic Function
  • Printed Centimetre Scale, Continuously Adjustable Length 28 To 57 Ins (71 To 145 Cm)
  • Matches the current Ultrasport outdoor collection
  • The perfect partner for any ground situation
  • Optimal combination of stability and weight

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  • ASIN: B00PWUUPKS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Nov 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,061 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

Product Description

Matches the current Ultrasport outdoor collection
The perfect partner for any ground situation
Optimal combination of stability and weight

Box Contains

1 x pair Trekking Poles

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By keithmuscott on 6 July 2013
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
I came to these Ultrasport poles after a bad experience trying to purchase Leki poles at £84 (only one arrived!). I am amazed at the value for money these poles represent, which seems to suggest that a lot of cash is being paid out just for the name in the case of the top manufacturers. I would say right away that the spring cushioning system in these poles travels a bit further and is a lot more comfortable than the highly-rated Lekis, having had the opportunity to compare them both.

The Ultrasport poles are definitely aluminium (one reviewer queries this) as a simple magnet test shows --- the magnet grips the pole only when you bring it to where the steel spring is located inside the tubing. The poles are a little more robust and slightly heavier than the big name models, which are possibly made from more expensive and narrower alloy tubing, but ironically this gives the user a better feeling of security. You feel that they will never bend or break, as they don't flex at all. I have found that they are absolutely secure after you have tightened the sections following adjustment for length. If this is not the case with yours, then you need to slacken them off and pull the poles apart, then adjust the simple locking mechanisms inside -- as described in the instructions. This really is as simple as finger-tightening a bolt or a screw. And the instructions are really detailed and sensible throughout, concerning both the poles and walking techniques generally.

The straps are very comfortable compared with the cords normally fitted to walking poles, but it is worth stressing that they are intended to prevent the loss of the poles if your grip relaxes: you are not meant to put your weight on them!
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By S. Riches TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Oct 2012
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These are exceptional in performance and design, and at time of writing this review they are also excellent value for money.

Unlike many such poles, they have extremely comfortable wrist supports:- these are vital to good performance because when used properly the main human body to pole weight transference is via the wrist straps, NOT from the hand holding the hand grips. In many poles the wrist straps are narrow and hard, thus are uncomfortable and cut into your wrist...these are wide and soft and do not hurt. This is a major plus point, ALSO in many poles the wrist strap is hard to adjust and becomes loose with use; with these poles the adjustment is easy to make and does not loosen in use; there is nothing more frustrating than having to remove your gloves and balance on a narrow point of ground while continually re-adjusting the wrist straps.

These come with 3 alternative pairs of ends (for the bottom end in contact with the ground), usually you get just one pair. There is a very wide plastic circular end, presumably for loose snow or mud, a more narrow circular end for less soft conditions; and wonderfully for road walking or for trekking on firm ground, a sort of rocker-shaped end with a tread which I have not seen on other poles. You can also opt to remove any of these rubber/composite ends leaving just the tungsten-type spike beloved of mountain trekkers. Thus, in terms of contact with the ground/rock/snow/mud,etc. all eventualities are covered.

These also have anti-shock suspension: with many poles this function is too sloppy, resulting in a somewhat de-stabilising movement when weight-bearing, a sort of "ker-plunk" downward "give" of several centimetres: these poles have just a short precise movement of cushion which is perfect, well for me it is!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Red on 7 Mar 2013
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Having been talked into an ascent of Lansdale Pikes in the winter, an activity outside of my comfort zone, I thought that poles might be a good idea. They were. However on several occasions when I needed to shift weight onto a pole it would slowly collapse down its own telescope. This may well have been operator error, as said the activity was new to me. On each occasion I re-extended the pole and twisted it shut, only for it to later lose tightness and again slowly collapse. It may be that the tip, which never once slipped on ice stone or other surface, was so secure that my own wrist action was unwinding the mechanism against the tip's secure grip. I also emphasise that the collapse was slow and not sudden so I was not suddenly pitched on my face. Otherwise I found the poles light to carry, and they certainly aided my precarious crossing of several tall, ice covered boulders over an ice cold torrent.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Davidson on 28 Aug 2013
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Needed a set of walking poles to replace an old one. Wanted a matching pair and these fitted the bill. Been up a few munros with them and found no issues as yet. They are light enough and the locking mechanism is pretty standard. Would recommend to anyone climbing munros.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Liza Brocato on 3 Aug 2013
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This is a pretty good set of walking sticks. It is technically up to dated. Maybe the best hiking pole design in the market. I have been using this set for a long enough time to recommend this set with highest regards. I shall never go on a walking journey without this hiking pole set and my Travel Packing Organizers Clear Bags and Memories Collection-23 Pieces set. These items are my essentials and without them my journeys shall be messy.
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