Easton Mountain Products Backcountry AL3 Anti-Shock


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Easton Mountain Products Backcountry AL3 Antishock trekking poles
provide impact-absorbing performance to help you go further. Or so the blurb says. What we know about them is that they use high quality, strong and reliable 7075 aerospace aluminium with a hard-anodized finish to make this attractive and functional pair of telescopic walking poles.

The Backcountry AL 3 Antishock uses twist-lock adjusting and an anti-shock suspension system mounted within the body of the pole to reduce the shock to your upper body that you have removed from your lower body. The luxurious EVA Ergo Grip is extended down the pole several inches to save you having to adjust the pole for short sections of up-hill, whilst the adjustable strap combines with the handle to help make the pole a comfortable extension of your arms.

  • 508g per pair
  • 7075 aluminium pole
  • Twist-Lock adjustment
  • Anti-shock suspension system
  • EVA Ergo Grip with extension
  • Easy-adjust wrist strap
  • Interchangeable baskets (trekking and snow)


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