1 Arpenaz 100 Hiking Pole - Blue

8355380

QUECHUA

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Made for For the occasional hike, on flat and landscaped grounds: Path, trails, under wood.
Simple and intuitive adjustment system: Push Pin or push button.

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Advantage
Ergonomic gripNice, flexible foam handle. Knob above the handle
AdjustableAdjusted using a simple, very straightforward pin system: push pin.
Lightweight200 grams
Compact designFoldable in 3 strands. folded length: 55 cm, extended length: 120 cm
Durabilitysteel tip
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

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How to adjust your walking poles?
Hold the poles with your arms bent at a right angle. To adjust them: unscrew the middle section beneath the ring of the lower section, adjust to desired height (in cm), and screw back on firmly but not too tight. Do the same thing with the lower section. NEVER GO OVER THE "STOP LINE", or the pole may break during use.
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User tips
Before leaving: Always check that your sticks are tight. During descents, or during strong pushes in the mountains, for example, you can adjust the sticks to make them longer. When walking downhill, it's best to remove the strap so the pole won't get in your way if you fall.
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Accessories
Comes with a summer hiking (small diameter) basket. Cannot be unscrewed
characteristic
ComfortBasic

Number of parts3

SeasonSummer
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Shaft : 100.0% Aluminium Handle : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP)

Test
Our field testers: all our poles are tested in use, by users who are representative of those for whom the products are designed, under conditions similar to those that you can find in use. Our Field Test Missions team up our product managers with people not affiliated with QUECHUA to test, improve and validate our products.

Product test
Laboratory bending and compression tests are carried out on the unfolded stick to ensure its effectiveness and resistance if the hiker has to heavily rely on it. Tests are also carried out to assess how the tightening systems cope with pulling, tightening and repeated stress, and pull tests on the tips and handles simulate poles getting stuck when in use.

Stockage tips
Store poles in a dry place.

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