REI Co-op Flash Carbon Compact Trekking Poles - Pair

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Color: Granite Peak Blue
Size: One Size
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Keep them lashed to your pack (they only weigh 12.9 oz.) and the REI Co-op Flash Carbon compact trekking poles are always there to lend support on scree, mud or other treacherous terrain.

  • Features

    • REI-exclusive grips offer light, breathable EVA foam in ergonomic shapes that accommodate a variety of hand sizes and positions comfortably
    • A great fit for heights under 5' to 5'11"
    • Carbon-composite construction and a 3-section design combine to minimize trail weight without sacrificing sturdiness
    • Adjustable wrist straps have a soft finish for comfort on long hikes
    • Cam locks with oversize levers allow for quick and easy length adjustments while out on the trail
    • Trail baskets have a minimalist profile to cut down on weight while retaining stability
    • Ensure levers are fully tightened and locked before each use; levers loosen in transport and over time, so they may need to be tightened to achieve proper locking tension


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Trail Running


    Shaft Construction

    Carbon upper and lower

    Grip Material






    Maximum Length (in.)

    47 inches

    Minimum Length (in.)

    35 inches

    Collapsed Length (in.)

    23 inches

    Maximum Length (cm)

    120 centimeters

    Minimum Length (cm)

    90 centimeters

    Collapsed Length (cm)

    58 centimeters

    Locking Mechanism

    External Lever Lock

    Basket Type


    Weight (Pair)

    12.9 ounces



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