We have used two different pairs of Leki Ultralite Ti Air Ergo trekking poles over the last couple of years in a wide variety of settings. At 7.5 ounces (217 g) per pole, the Leki Ultralite Ti Air Ergo trekking poles are among the lightest three-section trekking poles on the market. The Leki Ultralite Ti Air Ergo trekking poles have mid-size grips and compact to a short 24 inches (61 cm) but only extend to 51 inches (130 cm).
Specifications: Type, Shaft, Tips, Grips, Weight, Length, Model Year, MSRP
Usable Features and Ease of Use
Table: Usability with Shelters
Recommendations For Improvement
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