Poles that fold out for bold outback trekking – the Legacy FX TA Poles by Leki are the well-equipped weapons for your walking trips.
Take comfort matters into your own hands with a flexible multi-grip incorporating Evocon technology, with a rounded support surface for ideal use across several outdoor sports. Adjustable, ultra-light straps boast breathability and a safety release too, so you can kick it to the pinnacle in prime comfort. The grip extension feature allows grip modification to meet the demands of the steeper slopes, while Speed Lock Plus enables a seamless adjustment and fixed hold. A compact trekking basket at the base provides a backstop on soft surfaces while robust tips deliver good grip and precise positioning on the ups and drops. Fold your poles with the prompt push-button system that enables compact carrying in your included folding pole bag.
For the peak performers at a low point with their trekking tackle – the Leki Legacy FX TA Poles will have you hurtling to new heights.
Evocon flexible multi-grip with rounded support surface
Adjustable and breathable Lock Security Strap Nylon straps with safety release
Grip extension for simple grip adjustment on steep terrain
Push-button open and close folding for easy transporting
Speed Lock Plus for easy adjusting and maximum hold
Compact racing / trekking basket prevents sinking into soft surfaces with easy hand-adjustment
Robust tip guarantees precise positioning and ideal traction of pole on most terrain
Practical folding pole bag for ultra-light storage
In Use Dimensions:
110 − 130L x 10W x 4H cm
38L x 10W x 4H cm
0.598 Kg (pair)
HTS 6.0 Aluminium
110 − 130 cm
Hiking | Walking | Trekking
Lifetime | 10 Years availability on parts
Load weight1 answer
Is there a load weight for these poles? I am just over 100kgs . . . These have a 10yr warranty but what does this cover please)
Jodi - Burnett Heads, QLD (2 months ago)
Warranty covers any damage that is attributed to a manufacturing fault or quality control issue - it doesn't cover accidental damage or misuse.
Hiking poles don't come with a load rating per because they're not designed to fully bear weight, so their strength exceeds any real life load you may place them under. Their role is largely to help with balance and stabilisation, and helping hikers keep a good cadence and rhythm. Whilst they'll help take the load off your knees on long descents, for example, they do this by assisting with balance and support whilst your body still does the majority of the work. Having said that, good quality aluminium poles are generally assumed to cover 150Kg .