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Qiterr Trekking Pole Telescopic Adjustable Nonslip Cane


Qiterr Trekking Pole Telescopic Adjustable Nonslip Cane


Product description

Made Of High Quality Aluminum Alloy, High Strength, AntiRust, Unbreakable, NonDeform, Durable.amp;Nbsp;Ergonomic Handle Design, Comfortable And AntiSlip To Hold. It Is Adjustable In 6 Sections, 74-89Cm Adjustment Range Is Suitable For People With Different Heights. Rubber Cover On The Cane Tip Is AntiSlip And Adaptable To Different Areas.amp;Nbsp; Lightweight And Portable, Can Be Folded Into Small Size For Easy Carrying. Suitable For Elder People To Use In Daily Life And Also Good For Mountaineering And Hiking.

Material: Aluminium Alloy + Nylon + Rubber
Color: As Picture Shown
Each Section Increment: 3Cm / 1.2In
Handle Length: 12Cm / 5.12In
Length Range: Approx. 74-89Cm / 21.2-29.1Inch
Diameter: Approx. 2.2Cm / 0.87In
Folded Length: Approx. 54Cm / 21.2In
Weight: Approx. 181G

Package Include: 1 X Walking Stick

Please Allow 1-2Cm Error Due To Manual Measurement. Thanks For Your Understanding.

Qiterr Trekking Pole Telescopic Adjustable Nonslip Cane

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