Kick it to the pinnacle with the Legacy Lite Anti Shock Poles by Leki.
The flexible multi-grip incorporating Evocon technology has these poles ideal across a range of outdoor sports. You carry the scroggin while straps carry you with their adjustable, ultra-light breathability and safety release features. Aluminium construction means a butt-kicking blend of lightweight durability while the Speed Lock Plus technology enables a seamless adjustment and a firm, fixed hold.
Compact trekking baskets at the base provide a backstop on soft surfaces while robust tips deliver good grip and precise positioning on the ups and drops.The Dynamic Suspension System reduces impact force on the joints so you can bend it over every boulder and kick it across every kilometre.
For the go-getters who keep it light on heavy hiking endeavours – the Leki Legacy Lite AS Poles take the pressure off.
Evocon flexible multi-grip with rounded support surface
Adjustable and breathable straps with safety release
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
Dynamic Suspension System reduces impact force for relief on joints and tendons
In Use Dimensions:
100 − 135L x 10W x 4H cm
68L x 10W x 4H cm
0.522 Kg (pair)
HTS 6.0 Aluminium
110 − 135 cm
Hiking | Walking | Trekking
Lifetime | 10 Years availability on parts
Legacy Lite v Khumba?1 answer
Hi, can you please provide a summary of the difference between these 2 models. Which is the most recent, do they suit different terrains, weight/ height of hikers etc
Rick - Blue Mountains, NSW(11 months ago)
They're essentially the same pole, made of the same materials, the same pack size & in use lengths. There are 2 differences - the handle shape, and the "anti shock system" in the Legacy poles. Basically, the antishock system works as a shock absorber, so this is pitched towards people of longer multiday hikes that will be using their poles in long stints. The Khumbu pole grip is designed more for faster-paced hikes. Having said that, they are largely fairy interchangeable. You could use either pole for any kind of hiking endeavor. If your primary focus in hiking is longer multiday trips, etc the Legacy would have the advantage.