The Physiotherapy Room Trekking Poles are strong, lightweight, compact walking and hiking Sticks. Aluminum or Professional lightweight Carbon Fibre. Designed by our physiotherapists for all the seasons (winter, spring, fall and summer) and terrain (snow, mud, cement, pavement, dirt). They come with rubber tips, mud and snow Baskets - 24-54" (61 - 137 cm).
These quality Aluminum walking poles help maintain your balance and takes the stress off your joints while walking and hiking under all weather conditions. Walk farther with a better gait pattern all while in less pain.
Features and Benefits
STRONG and LIGHTWEIGHT - These aluminum / carbon fibre hiking and walking poles offer great stability, durability, and are much lighter than the competition’s aluminum and carbon fibre poles.
QUICK FIT LOCKING SYSTEM - These poles come with a quick flip locking system that is adjustable. Prevents slippage of the poles while walking. Easy to adjust the height of the poles.
HANDLES ALL TERRAINS - Our trekking poles are good for all seasons and terrain types, from Snow Shoeing to hiking. Choose between the bare tungsten carbide tips, soft rubber tips, snow baskets, or mud baskets.
EASY TO ADJUST - Change pole length fast with the quick lock system. Expandable from 24” to 54” (61 - 137 cm) , our trekking poles reduce impact and keep your balance and high energy. Great as a child’s walking pole, too.
COMFORT IS KEY - Our anti-slip cork handles conform to your hands to keep them cool and dry. EVA foam extensions give extra support, lowering vibration as you tackle steep terrain. The adjustable wrist straps add security and ease.
- A pair of lightweight Aluminum / Professional carbon fibre adjustable trekking poles.
- Carrying case.
- 2 Rubber tips, 2 Rubber feet, 2 Mud baskets, 2 Snow baskets.
- Instruction and users manual.
How to Adjust Your Poles to the Right Height
The ideal height of your walking pole should be at a level that allows your elbow to be bend 90 degrees when standing and walking. You can find this height by standing tall, and bend your elbow to 90 degrees while your are is by your side. This is the height that you should be gripping the poles at. See below for more details.
We offer free advice from a registered treating Physiotherapist.
Similarly to having a pharmacist available to answer your questions in regards to medications you buy at a pharmacy, we are here to answer your questions on our products in regards to your health.
We can discuss general issues about injuries, muscles, joints, pain etc. and provide advice on what products and exercises will help your specific needs. We will respond within 24 hours.