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  • Started as a summer training program for cross-country skiers, Nordic power walking on pavement is a convenient and fun way to get a full-body workout
  • Rubber walking tips provide traction on hard surfaces and allow an efficient pole push off, increasing your upper-body workout
  • Tips are shaped for efficient pole plant and rollover; hardy, deep tread provides traction
  • Rubber tip should face backward as you walk; remove rubber tip to expose carbide tip if walking on gravel or icy surfaces

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Best Use Hiking
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and absorb road shock Installed these on my Leki poles and they work. Went out to test them and with roughly 50 miles of hiking on asphalt roadways I'm amazed these barely show any signs of wear. They claim to be durable and I'm convinced they will be after using them on the road and seeing almost no abrasion of the rubber. If you hike on hard surfaces, this tip may be just what you are looking for. These work great on asphalt and concrete, but you will get some slippage on gravel and dirt paths. These are great for hard surfaces, which is when you should use them.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Traction Accessory These tips work great on hard surfaces wet or dry. I would not recommend them on ice or snow. I have read other reviews and people are concerned about these freely rotating on their poles. I am not concerned about the tips rotating because they grip well in all directions. They are made of soft rubber so they grip fairly well. The tips are secure once they are clicked on properly. Straight rubber tips would be good too, but have less surface area to grip.
Date published: 2010-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Leki Tips Awesome and Tough I use my Leki walking sticks and the Fitness Walking Tips as aids in walking. They get heavy daily use from morning to night. I bought this set of walking tips at the same time I wrote my complaint that the other set split. These are still going after some thirteen months. I added the 'cons' only as a warning that little pieces of gravel or rock can gather between the groves on the tips. The rocks act as ball bearing on hard surfaces and the stick can slip if the sticks are set down at an angle and pressure applied. I check the bottoms after every walk in gravel and rock. The groves spread open easily to get rid of the debris before stepping onto a hard surface. If a person sets the sticks down vertically, it is less of a problem. I can't praise the walking sticks and tips highly enough...they're lightweight, strong without bulk and the tips quickly come off to use the pole tips for stability in dirt, trails or lawn. Another thing, I often use the tips and sticks to mop spills on my floor...they do anything and go anywhere... I got my money's worth a long time ago.
Date published: 2009-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly designed Great idea, poor execution. Tips were tested on "non-REI logo" Komperdell poles in both orientations (forward and backward). The problem: When the pole is inserted into the walking tip, it enters a void equal in size to the profile of the tip. This undefined open space allows the pole to shift inside the tip as pressure is applied. Even slight pressure makes the tip squirm around on the end of the pole. The solution: There should be a single, narrow channel to accept the tip of the pole, preventing any movement of the pole within the walking tip. The rubber compound provides sufficient flexibility on its own.
Date published: 2009-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice! I love these things! Compared to the smaller round ones, these are tough as nails! I've had one pair that's got me through 3 months of road walking (a couple hundred miles, something like that...) and so far have hardly wore at all. Yes they can rotate on the pole tip, but I don't torque the poles longitudinally during my walking strides/biomechanics, so that's not a problem for me. And yes they can squirm or mush about slightly on the end of the poles, but in my experience even when I weight the pole heavily (for example to catch myself when I slip) the tips don't dislodge or cause the pole to lose traction etc, they just mush about a little as they seat against the surface. Disconcerting at first, but once I learned to ignore that mushy feeling during tip contact, all is well! And, instead of causing issues, these things have prevented the pole tips from skittering away in situations where they used to before. And that's all I wanted and needed - something that would last, would stop all the clattering and skittering of the hardened tips during road sessions, and that instilled confidence (a little harmless mushiness notwithstanding.) As a testamemt to these things, I went out and bought a second pair and stored them in a safe place against the day the first pair wears out and in case they're no longer available. Although, if the rate of wear of this first pair is any indication, that's a long ways off...
Date published: 2010-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fragile the Leki tip came through one I use my Leki poles everywhere and prefer the walking tip over the standard tip. It gives more cushion and broadens the poles base and adds to the stability. I don't like that it rotates but not enough to stop using them...unless the new one I buy today cracks too.
Date published: 2008-08-14
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I have a pair of Trekking Expedition walking poles.  They have the walking tips on them already but I lost one. Will Leki Fitness Walking Tips fit my poles?

Asked by: aimnhigh
Leki walking tips will work only with Leki poles. Black Diamond tips only work with Black Diamond poles. REI and Komperdell poles and tips are interchangeable with each other.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-09

I have Leki trekking poles and fitness walking poles. I know the Fitness Walking Rubber tip will fit on the trekking pole, but should I use it on a trekking pole? It the straight rubber tip better?

Asked by: tawk519
The Fitness Walking Tips would be a better choice for summer training for cross country skiing and power walking. The regular Rubber Walking Tips are good for trekking on pavement and hiking on harder surfaces such as scree.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable and absorb road shock Installed these on my Leki poles and they work. Went out to test them and with roughly 50 miles of hiking on asphalt roadways I'm amazed these barely show any signs of wear. They claim to be durable and I'm convinced they will be after using them on the road and seeing almost no abrasion of the rubber. If you hike on hard surfaces, this tip may be just what you are looking for. These work great on asphalt and concrete, but you will get some slippage on gravel and dirt paths. These are great for hard surfaces, which is when you should use them.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Traction Accessory These tips work great on hard surfaces wet or dry. I would not recommend them on ice or snow. I have read other reviews and people are concerned about these freely rotating on their poles. I am not concerned about the tips rotating because they grip well in all directions. They are made of soft rubber so they grip fairly well. The tips are secure once they are clicked on properly. Straight rubber tips would be good too, but have less surface area to grip.
Date published: 2010-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Leki Tips Awesome and Tough I use my Leki walking sticks and the Fitness Walking Tips as aids in walking. They get heavy daily use from morning to night. I bought this set of walking tips at the same time I wrote my complaint that the other set split. These are still going after some thirteen months. I added the 'cons' only as a warning that little pieces of gravel or rock can gather between the groves on the tips. The rocks act as ball bearing on hard surfaces and the stick can slip if the sticks are set down at an angle and pressure applied. I check the bottoms after every walk in gravel and rock. The groves spread open easily to get rid of the debris before stepping onto a hard surface. If a person sets the sticks down vertically, it is less of a problem. I can't praise the walking sticks and tips highly enough...they're lightweight, strong without bulk and the tips quickly come off to use the pole tips for stability in dirt, trails or lawn. Another thing, I often use the tips and sticks to mop spills on my floor...they do anything and go anywhere... I got my money's worth a long time ago.
Date published: 2009-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly designed Great idea, poor execution. Tips were tested on "non-REI logo" Komperdell poles in both orientations (forward and backward). The problem: When the pole is inserted into the walking tip, it enters a void equal in size to the profile of the tip. This undefined open space allows the pole to shift inside the tip as pressure is applied. Even slight pressure makes the tip squirm around on the end of the pole. The solution: There should be a single, narrow channel to accept the tip of the pole, preventing any movement of the pole within the walking tip. The rubber compound provides sufficient flexibility on its own.
Date published: 2009-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice! I love these things! Compared to the smaller round ones, these are tough as nails! I've had one pair that's got me through 3 months of road walking (a couple hundred miles, something like that...) and so far have hardly wore at all. Yes they can rotate on the pole tip, but I don't torque the poles longitudinally during my walking strides/biomechanics, so that's not a problem for me. And yes they can squirm or mush about slightly on the end of the poles, but in my experience even when I weight the pole heavily (for example to catch myself when I slip) the tips don't dislodge or cause the pole to lose traction etc, they just mush about a little as they seat against the surface. Disconcerting at first, but once I learned to ignore that mushy feeling during tip contact, all is well! And, instead of causing issues, these things have prevented the pole tips from skittering away in situations where they used to before. And that's all I wanted and needed - something that would last, would stop all the clattering and skittering of the hardened tips during road sessions, and that instilled confidence (a little harmless mushiness notwithstanding.) As a testamemt to these things, I went out and bought a second pair and stored them in a safe place against the day the first pair wears out and in case they're no longer available. Although, if the rate of wear of this first pair is any indication, that's a long ways off...
Date published: 2010-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fragile the Leki tip came through one I use my Leki poles everywhere and prefer the walking tip over the standard tip. It gives more cushion and broadens the poles base and adds to the stability. I don't like that it rotates but not enough to stop using them...unless the new one I buy today cracks too.
Date published: 2008-08-14
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Questions & Answers

I have a pair of Trekking Expedition walking poles.  They have the walking tips on them already but I lost one. Will Leki Fitness Walking Tips fit my poles?

Asked by: aimnhigh
Leki walking tips will work only with Leki poles. Black Diamond tips only work with Black Diamond poles. REI and Komperdell poles and tips are interchangeable with each other.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-09

I have Leki trekking poles and fitness walking poles. I know the Fitness Walking Rubber tip will fit on the trekking pole, but should I use it on a trekking pole? It the straight rubber tip better?

Asked by: tawk519
The Fitness Walking Tips would be a better choice for summer training for cross country skiing and power walking. The regular Rubber Walking Tips are good for trekking on pavement and hiking on harder surfaces such as scree.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20
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