In the world of look-a-like trekking poles, the Pacerpoles stand out. The Pacerpole trekking poles have a radically-angled grip and pole length substantially shorter than traditional trekking poles. The Pacerpole trekking poles are heavy by lightweight standards at 11.2 ounces (318 grams) per pole without baskets. The grip is designed to facilitate a relaxed walking style that permits you to use your upper body strength to help propel you forward without forcing you to put undue strain on your arms.
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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