Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single

Mountainsmith
SKU: MTSNM MFR: 14-9680-08
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$14.95

Product Highlights:

  • Thermo-molded cork T-Handle
  • Neoprene wrist strap
  • Anti-shock absorption system
  • Quick-twist locking mechanism
  • Updated 2 pin lock attachment

About Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single

Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single
The Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole-Single is the one you want when you're hiking through a yellow wood and two roads diverge. Three telescoping aluminum pole sections provide the Nomad 7075 with a maximum extended length of 54 inches and allow it to collapse down to 26 inches for ease of storage and convenient transport. A versatile, ergonomic cork handle allows you to choose your preferred grip point. Grasp the handle of the Nomad 7075 for use as a cane or use the vertical portion of the grip for use as a walking staff or trekking pole. A woven strap and an integrated anti-shock absorption system help to relieve stress on your wrists. The Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single comes with a, replaceable rubber boot tip, and carbide tip for exceptional traction on rock, trail, and gravel.

Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single Features

  • Three section 7075 Aluminum pole
  • Thermo-molded cork T-Handle
  • Neoprene wrist strap
  • Anti-shock absorption system
  • Quick-twist locking mechanism
  • Updated 2 pin lock attachment for hiking basket (included) and snow baskets (sold separately)
  • Rubber boot tip
  • Twist-lock turns anti-shock absorber on/off for custom use
  • Synthetic
  • 54 in. Extended, 26 in. Compact
  • 13 oz.

Mountainsmith Nomad Trekking Pole - Single Specifications

Weight
13 oz.
Dimensions
Compact: 26 in.
Extended Dimensions
54 in.
Pole
7075 Aluminum
Wrist strap
Neoprene
Absorption system
Anti-shock
Mechanism
Quick-twist locking
Weight [with packaging]
0.7 lb
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Teresa P  what is a 2 pin lock attachment?
JAMES H  The piece where the basket (disk at bottom of pole to prevent the pole going in to soft soil) attaches has two pins at180 degrees from each other to secure the disk or optional baskets to the pole when the disk is mounted on the pole. Two pins are pretty much standard so I have no idea what they updated it from. Assume a marketing guy was looking for additional copy for the description.
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