LEKI Wanderfreund Trekking Pole - Cane Grip

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About LEKI Wanderfreund Trekking Pole - Cane Grip

Discontinued or prior year model. Take to the trails with the added stability of the LEKI Wanderfreund trekking pole, featuring ergonomic AergoMED cane grip and secure Super Lock System.


Specs about LEKI Wanderfreund Trekking Pole - Cane Grip

  • Adjustable: Yes
  • Lock mechanism: Twist lock
  • Length: 24" (60.9cm) to 47-1/4" (120cm)
  • Tip material: Rubber
  • Single/Pair: Single
  • Shaft material: Aluminum
  • Handle material: AergoMED grip
  • Weight: 9.2 oz.
  • Recommended use: Hiking/trekking
  • Made in Czech Republic
  • Visit our Hiking Guide
  • US shipments only


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4.541666 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 48 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by That Darn Stagehand from Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 8, 2013
I've used poles for years, but had a hard time finding something that would retract to a size small enough to fit into a bag for travel. Voila! This one fit, and in the field, changed my ideas about how poles are supposed to work. This one allowed support, not just stabilization, and as I age, I ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by AnnaLaurie from Arizona on Monday, February 2, 2015
    This will go to a friend who has different requirements than do I for a walking stick. I anticipate the mechanics will be good -- easy to use like my own Leki walking poles. Surprisingly, the paint job on this particular stick wasn't top flight -- as if the shop had dust flying around on the day the 'cane' was produced. The handle is quite comfortable and is improve able primarily by making it of cork or something that won't 'sweat'. I like that this style comes with a rubber tip to soften the touch.
  • Reviewed by COOPER from Michigan on Friday, January 16, 2015
    I have tried most brand name medical looking type canes over the years myself now being 65. I became disabled at the age of 30 so believe me when I say I have tried most all types of canes and I have always disliked the medical looking ones. I even tried a couple hand wooden carved ones but still those were to heavy. While at the Pain Clinic I go to I noticed a gentlemen with what appeared to be a totally different looking cane. I asked him about it and things such as where did he get it - how does he like it - than he said try it you will like it - I gave it my test and I wanted one then. But he couldn't remember the web site he purchased it at but I remembered the brand so I looked it up on the internet. Wow so expensive even at Amazon.com. The Leki website no longer sells them and while I checked other sites I found out there are if I recall 4-5 models to chose from depending on the features and price one would want to pay. I found the most reasonable price was at SIERRA Trading post by far. I didn't need the most expensive one with the built in shock feature at $74 - $84. I just needed a decent non-looking medical cane that was lite - did its job yet had that kind of sporting look to it. Well the fantastic price Sierra was selling this cane for how could anyone go wrong. I received it in a timely manner - it was over the Holidays so I expected it to be the 5-6 working days before I received it and I was right. I ordered mine over the phone and a Female Employee & was so kind and when she added by the way as a first time buyer you receive an extra discount. What a deal for a cane that I love to use - take the rubber tip off and the tip is made to dig into the ice to keep it from slipping. I also love how adjustable it is and the quality is impressive. The only reason I gave the cane a 4 is the handle is a bit small compared to the one the gentleman had that I tried out. Other than this I have been using it every where. And SIERRA Trading post are super nice to do business with. Thank You
    P.S. Sorry for such a long review but that's just me.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by roadtripper from north west usa on Monday, December 29, 2014
    dad loves it. basic use around the house and garage. light. strong. adjustable height. better than any old person cane I could have got him.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by HeyBob from Colorado on Wednesday, October 1, 2014
    The LEKI cane grip trekking pole is excellent. It is light weight, but sturdy. Just had knee replacement surgery and I am using it at times when the walker is not suitable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Anonymous from Pennsylvania on Friday, September 5, 2014
    Instead of crutches or a cane, my son used this trekking pole to get around after hip surgery. It is light, sturdy and was a great deal. I'd get it again for any hiking situation.

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About LEKI

The company behind LEKI ski poles was founded in 1948 by Karl Lenhart. Dissatisfied with the equipment of his day, Lenhart spent considerable time and effort engineering what would soon become some of the best ski poles in the world. In the years since, LEKI poles have evolved from fiberglass composite shafts to aluminum and carbon fiber. In 1974, LEKI trekking poles were the first on the market to feature an adjustable-length shaft and, within four years, the poles were helping climbers summit Mount Everest. Select LEKI poles now feature anti-shock and Speed Lock adjustment technology, and the product range has even expanded to include LEKI gloves specially designed for mountaineering and skiing.