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Wanderfreund Speedlock Pole

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The Wanderfreund is just what its name translates to, and that’s travel friend. Whether you’re going for a casual bushwalk or a ramble, the Wanderfreund will be there for you to give you the support that you need.

The tip is short and flexible and will provide plenty of grip no matter what ground you’re on, and with a secure vertical handle it’s easy to lean down on for support. This pole uses Leki’s well known speed lock system which is has a quick and easy to use lever, which will hold your desired height steady at all times. 

The Wanderfreund is a great everyday walking stick that will help put a spring in your step when you’re out and about and it’ll also give you the sturdiness you’ll need on any long distance activity. 

  • Aluminium shaft
  • Adjustable pole
  • Speed lock system for stability
  • Flexible tip or rubber tip for trekking
  • Sold individually
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In Use Dimensions:
120L x 10W x 4H cm
Packed Dimensions:
63L x 10W x 4H cm
HTS 6.5 Aluminium
Adjustable Length:
63 - 120 cm
Rubber | Nylon Strap
0.254 Kg
Lifetime | 10 Years availability on parts
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Nov 10 2017

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Rubber / Tungsten tip1 answer

Does the rubber tip remove to expose the tungsten tip or do I need to purchase the tip separately

- Canberra(1 month ago)

G'day John, 

I've just had a chat with our hiking pole guru, Kim and he confirmed that if you pull the rubber tip off of the end of your Leki Wanderfreund Speedlock Pole, you'll find a tungsten tip underneath it! Happy hiking!

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Suitability of hiking pole.1 answer

I am walking the Larapinta next year. I already have one of these poles, but I would like to hike with two. If I were to buy another of these to complete the pair, would they be suitable for such a walk? Or is there a set of poles more appropriate?

- Leonay(6 months ago)

G'day Jim, 

While the Wanderfreund is great for walking, it may not be best option for Larapinta due to the handle. 

You might want to consider a set of poles that have an extended handle like the Black Diamond Trail Trekking Poles which you can look at here. That way when the terrain is steep, you'll still be able to reach the bottom of the handle to grip it when trekking up the trail. 

- Snowys(6 months ago)

Collapsable?1 answer

Do these stick collapse for packing in suitcases?

- Fairlight(9 months ago)

Hi Lee! 

Yes, the Wanderfreund is collapsible down to 65 cm, so it should fit most suitcases, but not carry-on baggage. There are other poles available in store (Black Diamond Z-Poles) that break down as small as 40cm if that is what you're looking for. If you need further advice just give us a call. 

- Snowys(9 months ago)
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