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Trekking Poles

Discover our innovative LED Light-Integrated Trekking Poles for safer adventures. Choose adjustable Telescoping Poles or compact Folding Poles. Designed for all users, they offer a comfortable grip and durability with 7075 aluminum alloy. Quick and effortless height adjustment with External Lever Lock.

Buying guide: Trekking Poles


A decent, lightweight pair of poles will weigh somewhere between 450 and 550 grams. Carbon fibre poles tend to be lighter and stiffer, but they can crack. They're also more expensive. Aluminium poles are usually slightly heavier, but also more cost effective and more durable.


To calculate the size you need, stand up and make a 90-degree bend with your elbow. Measure the distance between your wrist and the floor – that's your ideal length of trekking poles, give or take a few centimetres. On steep uphill hikes, you may want to shorten the poles 5–10cm to help maintain your balance. 


Generally speaking, walking poles should be the height from the top of your palm (when your arm is down by your side) with your forearm held out in front of you at 90 degrees to your body. Essentially the top of the handle should be at waist/hip level and your elbow at 90 degrees.


Trekking poles can cost anywhere from $20 to $200. Spend at least $60.


The major benefit of aluminum trekking poles is that they are more durable than carbon fiber poles. Along with generally having a longer lifespan, aluminum poles are not as temperature sensitive, and perform equally well in the blazing heat and the frigid cold.


In general, trekking poles fall into one of three categories: telescoping, folding, or fixed (non-collapsing).

Wrist straps:

It helps to distribute the force of the ground impact across your hands, wrists and arms in combination, rather than the force being absorbed straight into your hands.