Tubbs  Trail Walking 2-Piece Poles

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Built for snowshoeing on flat to moderate terrain, the Tubbs Trail Walking 2-piece snowshoe poles feature adjustable-length aluminum shafts and add security and stability on uneven and icy trails.


  • Rubber grips provide a secure, comfortable hold
  • Nylon wrist straps improve power transfer and prevent accidental dropping
  • Seamless 2-part aluminum shaft with twist-lock adjustment
  • When extended, poles are 41.3 to 51.2 in. (105 to 130 cm) long
  • Poles collapse down to 30.70 in. (78 cm) for easy transport and storage
  • Powder baskets and steel tips provide traction in snow and across varied terrain
  • Sold as a pair


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Technical Specs

Item #179729
Best Use


Shaft Construction

6000-series aluminum

Grip Material


Locking Mechanism

Twist Lock



Collapsed Length (in.)

30 inches

Minimum Length (in.)

30.7 inches

Maximum Length (in.)

51.2 inches

Collapsed Length (cm)

78 centimeters

Minimum Length (cm)

105 centimeters

Maximum Length (cm)

130 centimeters

Basket Type


Weight (Pair)

1 lb. 1 oz.



Size Chart

32 in./80cm34 in./85cm36 in./90cm38 in./95cm40 in./100cm42 in./105cm44 in./110cm46 in./115cm48 in./120cm49 in./125cm52 in./130 cm54 in./135cm56 in./140cm57 in./145cm59 in./150cm61 in./155cm63 in./160cm65 in./165cm67 in./170cm69 in./175cm71 in./180cm
Height Range (Downhill Skiing)< 3'4"3'5" - 3'8"3'9" - 4'0"4'1" - 4'4"4'5" - 4'8"4'9" - 5'0"5'1" - 5'3"5'4" - 5'6"5'7" - 5'9"5'10" - 6'0"6'1" - 6'3"6'4" - 6'6"6'7" +
Height Range (XC Skiing)<4'7"4'8"-4'9"4'10"-4'11"5' - 5'1"5'2" - 5'3"5'4" - 5'5"5'6" - 5'7"5'8" - 5'9"5'10" - 5'11"6' - 6'1"6'2" - 6'3"6'4"-6'5"6'6"+
Height Range (Skate Skiing)<4'7"4'8"-4'9"4'10-4'11"5'-5'1"5'2" - 5'3"5'4" - 5'5"5'6" - 5'7"5'8" - 5'9"5'10" - 5'11"6'-6'1"6'2"- 6'3"6'4" - 6'5"6'6"+

Sizing Notes

Please note, this sizing chart is meant to serve only as a guideline.

Sizing downhill poles: Stand in your ski boots on a level floor. With your poles upside down—grips touching the floor—grab the pole beneath the basket so that the top of your thumb touches the basket. Your elbow should now be at a 90-degree angle. If the angle is less than 90 degrees, get a shorter pole. If the angle is greater, get a longer pole.

Sizing XC poles: Stand in your XC ski boots on a level floor. Place the pole tips on the floor next to your feet. The top of the grips should reach your arm pits.

Sizing skate poles: Stand in your skate boots on a level floor. Place pole tips on the ground with the pole shafts perpendicular to the floor. The poles should reach from the ground up to a point somewhere between your chin and your lips.

For more information, please see REI Expert Advice.

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