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In 1984, Klaus Lenhart, Karls son, assumed leadership and shortly there after developed the first dual-component grip. He is also responsible for improving adjustable pole-locking technology and grip innovations such as the Trigger Click-In system and COR-TEC, a material made of real cork and latex. As the ski market continued to flourish, LEKI began manufacturing hiking poles primarily for European mountain guides. The concept of using two poles as means of relieving stress on knee joints and the lower back appealed to climbers who also saw benefits in performance and safety. LEKI poles eventually caught on with the general hiking and trekking population that recognized and appreciated the preventive health benefits as well as the climbing support and stabilizing effects. In 1990, LEKI USA was incorporated. The North American market has embraced the companys line of alpine, Nordic, back country, mountaineering, Nordic walking, and trekking poles. Like their European counterparts who have been loyal to LEKI for nearly five decades, North American outdoor enthusiasts know and appreciate LEKI quality and value.
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I need to send the hand straps back because they are too big & Also the straps are too long and the Velcro has about of and inch &1/2 sticking out,I do not know how to accomplish... Read morePublished 13 months ago by summer weisel
These are well-made poles, with hand retainers and full adjustment. I gave them 4 stars merely because their higher price for a relatively simple product seemed a bit too much. Read morePublished 14 months ago by James H. Cason
I can get the same thing in Canada for $80 new.
My fault because I didn't do my research at all.
I picked these becasue they appeared to have a good rating, they adjust and were not too expensive. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by bruce