Leki Traveller Alu Set Of 2 Nordic Walking Poles
The Leki Traveller Alu are perfect Nordic walking poles for casual walkers with high standards. Updated for spring 2016, they now feature a very simple and robust lever lock system, which makes them faster to adjust and also less prone to slipping. It can handle challenging Nordic Walking sessions and will win you over with its compact pack size of only 53 cm (segments separated). The highest-quality components, such as the two-component Shark Cork grip and Speed Lock 2 system make the Traveler Alu extremely light, extraordinarily robust and easy to stow in your luggage.
The price is for pair of Leki Traveller Alu poles with hand straps. They come supplied with a set of Power Grip Pads.
Leki Traveller Alu Weight: 470g Pair
LEKI Model: 636 2601
- Usable Length: 90 - 130 cm
- Stowed Length: 66cm
- Packing Size: 53 cm (sections disassembled)
- Approx. User Height Range: 135cm - 190cm (4ft 6in - 6ft 3in)
- Material: HTS 6.5 Aluminium - 16/14/12 mm
- Grip: Cork 2-Component Shark 2.0
- Strap: Trigger Shark Active - S-M-L
- Adjustment System: Speedlock 2
- Tip: Carbide Flextip - Supplied with Powergrip Pads
- Basket: Nordic Walking Micro Basket - Interchangeable Basket System
- Special Features: Ultra Sonic Finish Nordic
- Weight: 470g/pair
LEKI TRAVELLER ALU SET OF 2 NORDIC WALKING POLES
LEKI Lenhart GmbH was a spin off from the wood processing plant of Karl Lenhart created in Dettingen under Teck in 1948, which produced the wooden letters for lettering used by bakeries or butchers.
LEKI's unique development started as a result of the founders' personal dissatisfaction: Karl Lenhart, an avid skier himself, was less than impressed by the quality and functionality of the ski poles of the time. Therefore, he used his own machine park to manufacture grips and baskets for skiing poles. These went into mass production in the 60s. On the other hand, Lenhart was familiar with aluminium and composite processing on account of his aircraft manufacturing experience. In 1970, he used these raw materials to produce his first ski poles to be sold under the LEKI brand, which stands for the owners and the company headquarters, i.e. Lenhart in Kirchheim.