Kits' Hiking Pole
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San Francisco, 735 Market St. Options
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Soft and pleasant foam handle adapted to children's hands
Weighs only 170 g
Adjusted using a simple, very straightforward pin system: push pin
folded length: 58 cmunfolded length: 100 cm
Option to add a summer or winter basket depending on the season
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Having this kid's hiking pole really helped my son Wyatt a lot on climbing Mt. Fuji. It is lightweight and has a good foam handle that's just right on his grip. Unlike other usual hiking poles that you'll have to turn around to lock, this one is different. You can adjust this hiking pole by pushing the small metal button then slide to lock on the hole of your desired height. This hiking pole is really meant for kids so the length is perfect for Wyatt. This is safe for kids to use because the tip of the pole is not sharp and pointed. You don't have to worry about them getting hurt by this. The only downside that we experienced with this was that the metal button got misaligned and didn't lock anymore. But when we disassembled the pole and put back again, it got back to normal.
- 100% Aluminium
- 100% Polypropylene
Hold the poles with your arms bent at a right angle. To adjust them: press the metal button so that sections can slide in relation to each other. Repeat the operation until you reach the desired size.Here is our advice: https://www.forclaz.fr/conseils/comment-bien-utiliser-le-systeme-push-pin-de-son-baton-tp_1674
-> When the pole is at its minimum setting , i.e. 75 cm, this corresponds to a 100 cm tall child on average-> When the pole is at its maximum setting, i.e. 100 cm, this corresponds to a 145 cm tall childThis provides a rough indication and may vary from one child to another.
Before leaving: always check that your poles are properly assembledWhen going downhill, or when the climb is very steep, you can make your poles longer.When climbing, use the wrist strap for support. When going downhill, it is advisable to remove the wrist strap so that the pole does not get in your way in the event of a fall.Here is our advice: https://www.forclaz.fr/conseils/comment-mettre-la-dragonne-de-mon-baton-la-bonne-taille-tp_1596