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When you're hiking in the backcountry, give yourself the advantage.

When you're trekking through difficult and rocky terrain, you need to give yourself every possible advantage. The 6000 Series Lock Jaw 2-Piece Trekking Poles from Atlas give you the extra contact with the earth you need to comfortably access your favorite alpine destinations. The innovative LockJaw clamping mechanism is easily adjusted with a gloved hand, and the steel flex tips securely plant on the ground or snow. Serene snowscapes, secluded high-alpine lakes, and wildflower fields are waiting, you just need to get up there.

  • 6000 series aluminum makes the seamless 2-part shaft lightweight and durable
  • The patent-pending LockJaw mechanism features an over-center cam design for increased clamping power and easy release, even when you're wearing gloves
  • Adjustable to a maximum length of 130cm
  • Male-specific grips comfortably fit in your hand for mile upon mile of backcountry trekking
  • The steel flex tips provide optimal contact security when you navigate difficult terrain

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2 5

meh

they don't collapse very far and can be kind of a pain to adjust (plus they don't stay all the way collapsed, they slide around a few inches), but for how cheap they are I shouldn't be surprised. Wish they weren't listed as splitboarding poles, they're just too long to want to deal with if you have to put them away when you ride down. Probably fine for snowshoeing, but for backcountry snowboarding I'd say spend the extra money for something that gets significantly smaller

4 5

User-Friendly Trekking Poles

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

I love the stability that the poles gave me while trying out my new snowshoes. Very easy to adjust (as opposed to another pair that we used for hiking), stable and a great product.

4 5

Seems adequate

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have hiked with these a couple of times and they seem like they will last a while. If they do end up breaking or wearing out I will likely go with a Black Diamond or Leki but I think these will do good for at least a season or two.