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The Sierra SAS
from LEKI supports you and your camera. This compact, lightweight pole
gives you shock absorption and extra stability on the trail, and the
wooden knob unscrews to give you an instant monopod camera mount for
sharp pictures in low light.
- Wood-Thermo Grip
- Built In Camera Mount under Wooden Knob
- Super Lock System
- Soft Antishock System Lite
- Interchangeable Basket System
- Carbide Flextip
- Rubber Tip Attachment
- Weight: 10.5 oz, Length: 78-145 cm
SAS (Soft Antishock System)
Soft Antishock System
The new internal LEKI Soft Antishock System (SAS) is the perfect
combination of steel spring and elastomer, for a quiet ride and less
rebound. Reduced stress on the joints, muscles and ligaments are a
major benefit. With one on/off movement, the spring can be activated
or deactivated. By embedding the spring in the shaft, it is kept
cleaner and requires less maintenance, and the on/off mechanism is
visible for reference. Simply loosen the middle shaft section, and
separate it from the upper shaft section, being cautious not to
wriggle at the weakest point.
What size pole do you need?
People come in all sizes and heights. That’s
why LEKI developed the
*Easy Lock System.
You can lengthen or shorten your poles as needed. And do it with less
tightening effort than any other adjustable poles.
- To adjust the pole height, hold it horizontally
with your left hand on the upper section and your right hand on the lower
section. Begin turning the lower section in your right hand, towards you,
approximately 5-10 turns or until you can slide the sections apart easily.
- Place the pole upright and with your hand holding
the grip, bend your elbow 90 degrees, making small adjustments in the
height of the pole as you get into position.
- Lock the correct adjustment by holding the pole
horizontally again with the lower section in your right hand. Begin
turning the lower section away from you 5-10 turns until you feel the
sections start to lock.
- Now, place the pole in the upright position and
straighten your arm, allowing a slight bend at the elbow…that’s it, the
correct Nordic Walking position for maximum traction and power.
- Put your hand into the Adjustable/Releasable
Trigger Strap and you’re ready to go.
Nordic Walking Poles
LEKI is pronounced, “Lake-ee”. LE is the first
two letters of the owner’s last name, Klaus Lenhart, and KI is from the location
of the company, Kirchheim/Teck, Germany. This information will help you win
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