Montem Ultra Strong Trekking, Walking, and Hiking Poles - One Pair (2 Poles) - Collapsible, Lightweight, Quick Locking, and Ultra Durable
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- ✅【EASILY ADJUSTED】Adjustable quick locks allow you to QUICKLY & EASILY lengthen the poles from 24” to 53” in order to achieve the perfect height for your needs.
- ✅【FREE LIFETIME REPLACEMENT PROMISE】We at Montem promise to replace your poles for life. Shop the most trusted brand in trekking poles today!
- ✅【ULTRA STRONG & LIGHT 】Montem trekking poles weigh only 9.6 ounces per pole so you don’t feel weighed down - you’ve already got enough to carry, your poles are here to help you, not hinder. Crafted out of Aluminum 7075 - the same material used to build airplanes. Experience truly strong trekking poles. Lifetime Replacement Promise(!)
- ✅【COMPACT & TRAVEL READY】Our trekking poles pack up easily for storage in luggage, backpacks, and duffle bags. Montem hiking poles also come with easily storable rubber tip protectors, pole connectors, and mud baskets.
- ✅【NEW IMPROVED MODEL!】Strap up - Your trekking poles come with padded straps to ensure the most comfortable and ergonomic grip. Never worry about dropping your trekking poles again.
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Strong, durable, and made to last, thats our promise. We've spent over 5,000 hours designing, testing, and perfecting our trekking poles so we can offer you top of the line gear.
What's so special about that? We use aircraft grade Aluminum 7075, not cheap alloys or mixtures and we treat our aluminum appropriately during the manufacturing process. We don't cut corners and put the integrity of our gear at risk. This allows the poles to take a beating and keep on going.
Don't just take our word for it. There's a reason we've been chosen by Backpacker Magazine, The Wirecutter, and dozens of other publications as THE BEST trekking poles.
At just 9.6 oz per pole, they're lighter than the other models made with more affordable materials, but MUCH stronger.
Perfect for any hike, walk, or stroll in the park, these poles act as two extra points of contact, taking load off your back and offering security on the trail.
"#1 Trekking Poles" - The Wirecutter
"If you’re looking for a fine, sturdy, simple set of trekking poles, Montem’s Ultra Strong Trekking Poles are our pick. They’re made of aluminum—a malleable, sturdy material that is not as brittle as carbon fiber—so you can scratch them, ding them, and generally bang them around without worrying they’ll break, yet they’re lightweight enough for most people.
The EVA foam grip is less sweaty than cork and won’t chafe your hand over time like hard rubber, and the adjustment mechanisms are simple to use and tighten. Plus, these poles come with rubber tips and baskets included; for all our other picks (and most poles in general), you have to buy those pieces separately.
Montem is a small company that makes pretty much nothing but poles, and when we contacted the customer support, we found it to be excellent––the founder and CEO is often the guy who picks up the phone."
Why Choose Montem Outdoor Gear Trekking Poles?
The Ultra Strong Trekking Poles were designed primarily for hikers and other outdoors enthusiasts who requested that we offer the compact style of telescoping poles coupled with our cutting edge flick lock mechanism on an adjustable pole, but it has become a popular choice for many who intend to use the poles to enhance their balance and mobility.
See for yourself why our poles were rated as The Wirecutter's #1 Trekking Poles of 2020.
Sturdy and lightweight with a modern flick-lock system and with comfortable EVA foam grip, our poles are a hit with walkers and hikers worldwide.
Benefits of Montem Trekking Poles
Walk Longer and Farther
Our poles can support 400lbs of weight. Let the poles carry you and the weight of your gear while tackling all types of terrain.
Don't Risk A Tumble. Use your poles to secure your footing and maintain balance when dealing with rivers, uneven ground, or even if you simply have issues with balance.
Let the Poles Work for You
Protect Your Knees And Joints! Reduce the impact and take pressure off of your joints and hips by letting the poles work for you, like an extra set of legs.
Adjustable for Travel
Adjustable from 24" to 53" and suitable for kids and adults of all ages. Enjoy the convenience of Ultra Strong trekking poles everywhere you go -- on your favorite trail, to the store or to the supermarket.
Trekking poles are no longer reserved for serious hikers, they also serve as a walking aid for anyone suffering from balance or mobility issues. Keep you and your loved ones safe.
Durable Tungsten Carbide Tip
Perfect for trekking on surfaces like, snow, and ice, carbide tips offer extra traction by digging into the ground and preventing slips.
Comfortable EVA Foam Handles with Extra Padded Straps
Keep your hands secure with comfortable EVA-foam grips that form to your hands. Hand position with the stride of the poles allows for a full-bodied fitness experience.
Adjustable Down from 53" to 24"
Adjustable down from 53" to 24", take these poles with you anywhere you go. Perfect for individuals from 4'0" to 6'8", they can support up to 400lbs per pair! Strong, durable, and perfect for nearly everyone.
|Montem Ultra Strong Trekking Poles||Montem Ultra Light Carbon Fiber Trekking Poles||Montem 3K Carbon Fiber Trekking Poles||Montem 3K Carbon Folding Trekking Poles||Montem Nordic Walking Fitness Trekking Poles|
|Shaft Material||Aluminum||100% Carbon Fiber||3K Carbon Fiber||3K Carbon Fiber||Aluminum|
|Locking Mechanism||Quick Lock||Quick Lock||Quick Lock||Quick Lock/Twist Lock||Twist Lock|
|Grip Material||EVA Foam||EVA Foam||Cork||Cork||Cork|
|Pole Weight (Per Pole)||9.6 oz||7.6 oz||7.8 oz||7.8 oz||8.8 oz|
|Adjustable Height Range||24" - 53" / 61cm - 135cm||24" - 53" / 61cm - 135cm||24" - 53" / 61cm - 135cm||45" - 53" / 115cm - 135cm||32" - 54" / 81cm - 137cm|
|Adjustable Padded Strap||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Tip Material||Tungsten Carbide||Tungsten Carbide||Tungsten Carbide||Tungsten Carbide||Tungsten Carbide|
|Carry Bag Included||-||-||✓||✓||-|
|Multiple Colors Available||9 Colors||2 Colors||1 Color||1 Color||1 Color|
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For years I thought trekking poles were excess equipment or for old people. Whether I was wrong, or whether I've just become an old person, hiking with poles is a much different, and more pleasant experience. I do agree that using poles uses more energy. So much was evident based on the lactic acid build up on day two and three. Going uphill I was able to maintain almost as fast a pace as descents. The poles were invaluable for two wide, fast river crossings. But the most value I got out of them was for foot/blister control and end-of-day cramp management, particularly during descent. The grips have very comfortable pommels on the ends of the handles. There were no sharp edges and the rubberized texture gave me an excellent grip (even though it would twist sometimes - the wrist strap helped keep the poles straight on longer downhill reaches). Also, grasping the poles by the grip pommel extended the effective length of the poles such that I didn't have any need to extend either section of the pole for descent. Held in this manner, for each step taken downhill my alternate-handed pole would be placed far out in front of my next step giving me a virtual brake on my velocity while putting all of the pressures from doing so on my arm muscles, taking significant stabilizing effort away from my legs. When hiking uphill, instead of shortening the poles, one can move their hand down on the cork grip to the foam lower grip. I still had leverage and did not need to stop for adjustments. (which also made the poles more reliable, because with the extended grips I didn't need to readjust the pole segment flip-locks, which meant that I wasn't at risk of having loose segments each day)
The synthetic cork-like grips provided good grip on bare hands and gloves. They did not absorb sweat from my hands, were easily cleaned with a damp cloth. The grip shape was comfortable in my both hands, are not left/right preference, but fit either hand. On a later trip I hiked with only one of these poles (having given the other to a hiking companion) and found that I changed hands occasionally based on switchbacks and other obstacles. Employing one pole was was almost as beneficial as using two poles: sped up the uphill hiking speed and gave me increased stability going downhill.
The hand straps are a thick nylon strapping with padding inside the straps. The odd part, and a little irritating, is the nylon strap hand protector, meant to protect the hand from the nylon strap. I would have expected the protector strap to have padding on it too, on the side facing the hand. I didn't experience any actual harm (no rash or blister) but I did use gloves more than half of the time. I suppose I don't have any real complaint about it, other than the design seemed a little underwhelming. The poles do not have an anti-shock system, but honestly I like being able to feel the ground beneath me. Plus, if I'm trying to carry load on the poles, why would I want a suspension system that is likely to wear out over time? I am confident that these poles will last me a long while!
Prior to this pair of trekkers, I had some 6061 alloy poles from another manufacturer. They were twist style locks. They didn't shake when you place them, and they never bent on me in normal use.