Diva Aergon Antishock Trekking Poles (Women's)
Product Number: 16837
The Diva Aergon Antishock Trekking Poles by Leki are built for the slight nature of women, yet still gives you the ultimate in support and reduction of fatigue. With the SLS Locking system, you can lock out your poles while going up hill to gain more leverage and then quickly unlock them for more absorption of shock while you come down. The inner system is a SAS Antishock System Lite which gives you the best in support and the strap edges are softer giving you less abrasion in the tender spots of your hand.
A nice cork Aergon grip offers relaxation and comfort for your hands while trekking and hiking up and down steep terrain, and with the XL size even the largest hands will find comfort.
- Positive angle AERGON grip
- Super lock system
- Soft Antishock system lite
- Carbide flextip
- Ultra sonic finish - middle and lower section anodized
- Interchangeable basket system
Weight: 15.8 oz/pair
Vendor ProductId: T2140
Review ProductId: 16837
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Easy to adjust
- Good grips
Comments about Leki Poles Diva Aergon Antishock Trekking Poles (Women's):
The Soft Antishock System is sturdy without the pogo-stick bouncing and no rattling noise. The pole supports my entire body weight when going downhill, setting poles below and jumping down steep rock steps. Poles are very light.
There is no pain in my hands when resting my palms on the rounded top of the poles when going down steep slopes. I wear fingerless gloves and the grip straps are very comfortable. Make sure you're using the Left and Right pole correctly, straps are marked L and R. The best feature on these poles is the strap adjustment. You don't even take your hands out of the straps, just pull up on the strap, this shows the housing, adjust to your liking, and pull down on the strap to lock in place. Quick and easy.
The Diva is the twist to lock pole. Make sure the bottom and top section sizes are set the same. I have not had any lock failures, even when the poles have been wedged and twisted out between rocks. Just make sure they are tight when starting your hike.
I have used them on limestone, slickrock, sandstone and dipped them in snowmelt for about 100 miles now with no problems.
- What Is Your Gear Style:
- Comfort Driven