Leki Wanderfreund Speedlock Trekking Pole (Single)
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Could a 6'1" 220 lb man use this?
Ive seen Leki walking sticks on other sites that said it would only support 220 at the max and a 5'9" max height.
Asked by: DLS32
Thanks for reaching out to us! I got the response from Leki, let me throw it on down here! "Given the customer's height and weight, I would go with a pole that has an 18/16mm shaft size, such as the Sierra Speedlock, Makalu AS, Makalu Retro or Kumara. Our poles can hold up to 309 pounds of direct pressure. If he goes with a pole that has a 16/14mm shaft size and only extend to 130cm or 135cm, chances are he will over extend the lower section to accommodate his height and that's when breakage normally occurs." Hope this helps you out! Hugsies.