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Mountain King Trail Blaze Carbon (Carbon Skyrunner is the newest version that I showed in this film, but on the Cape Wrath Ultra I used the Carbon)
Good value, light weight, made in the UK and the first pair of poles I ever used – defo recommend these for beginners and light weight enthusiasts.
Black Diamond Distance Z
Still great value, a little heavier but feel more sturdy than the above because of it, still at a great price. Good strong, easy locking system. Recommended if you like traditional hand loops.
Black Diamond Distance Carbon Z
Not in this film but basically the carbon version of the above so even lighter, but a bit pricier due to that reason.
I didn’t mention these but the Black Diamond Distance FLZ is the adjustable version of these poles, like the Leki Micro Trail Vario but lighter.
Leki Micro Trail Vario
Fantastic option if you want a relatively light varying-length pole with a swing weight, plus the special Trigger S grip system that allows you to give your hand a rest!
Leki Micro Trail Pro
The one-length-only version of the above pole, again with the innovative Trigger S glove system as above so you don’t have to grip the pole all the time.
Canada (sorry can’t find in Canada Amazon)