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Going downhill doesn’t have to be an uphill battle. With a pair of Range Poles to navigate the toughest terrain, it’s not. Made from lightweight aluminum and designed with anti-shock spring technology, you can easily ascend and descend rugged trails stress-free. All-weather grips made of cork & EVA will prevent you from slipping in changing conditions and keep your knees happy along the way.


  • Internal Anti-Shock Spring Technology
  • Non-slip carbide tip for secure pole plants on various surfaces
  • Includes: Protective cap, trekking basket, and rubber tip for concrete surfaces
  • Padded wrist strap for added comfort
  • Textured Cork & EVA foam grip adds all-weather grip and comfort
  • Extended EVA foam grip helps user adapt to rapidly changing topography 
  • Reliable twist-lock mechanism provides easy length adjustment
  • Replacement trekking baskets, rubber tips & snow baskets available
  • Kelty One-Year Limited Warranty
  • Unisex


  • Weight: 20 oz. / 571 g (Pair)
  • Maximum Length: 53 in. / 135 cm
  • Minimum Length: 27 in. / 69 cm


Grip Material:
Cork & EVA foam
Shaft Material:
6061 Series Anodized Aluminum

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  1. Good poles - horrible tungsten carbide tips

    I received a pair for my birthday in mid-may last year. By the end of the season (early Sept), I suddenly noticed that one of my tungsten carbide tips was COMPLETELY gone, as well as part of the remaining metal tip structure. I had read that the tips don't "last forever", but this tip apparently broke off. The tips on my last poles lasted 10 years.
    I like everything else - the cork grips, the wrist straps, the shock-absorbers, the locks, even the green color. But it's a shame to put such a feeble tip on such a good pole with no way to replace them. At the rate of wear, I don't see getting more than two years of life out of them.
    on Feb 24th 2018

  2. Great Range 2.0 Trekking Poles!

    After doing the research and knowing that I have a great deal of lost cartilage in my knees, I took a chance purchasing these poles for snowshoe walking and it paid off! These poles are excellent. Being able to have the proper spring and to adjust them for my height made the difference. The price was very much worth it as well! on Jan 17th 2018

  3. Awesome!

    This is my first set of trekking poles, and they're awesome! Super light and easy to adjust. I used to worry about the vibrations in my wrist, but the anti shock springs work well! I'd highly recommend. on Dec 13th 2017

  4. Perfect

    Used them on a trophy elk hunt. Perfect for the steep up/down trails. Used them in the snow. Helped keep me on my feet. Reduced leg fatigue. Buy them! on Oct 18th 2017

  5. Range 2.0 Review

    I really like these poles. Light, sturdy and easy to use. I love the Anti-Shock Springs. Before using the trekking poles, I would always have achy ankles and/or knees the next day... no longer an issue! My only wish is that the tips were replaceable.

    Thanks Kelty!
    on Aug 25th 2017

  6. Range 2.0 Review

    Used these poles a couple times now, in very varied terrain that included everything from wetlands to bare rock. I have used them so far only with the carbide tips exposed. They grip well on all surfaces, even rock, where have yet to have them slip. Handles are comfortable and even after 4-5 hour trek with sweaty hands, no blistering. Wrist straps are comfortable as well, and adjust easily. Poles extend easily and lock solidly; the locks have not slipped at all, despite putting extreme pressure on then at time. The shock absorbing system is a nice add on, and the length measures allow for rapid set up to the length desired. The extended handles are helpful when scrambling up rock, allowing you to shorten the length by grabbing below the cork handle, without actually unlocking and shortening the poles.

    Overall, I give these poles a 5 out of 5 rating. In other words, Excellent. I do not hesitate to recommend them.
    on Aug 25th 2017

  7. Great trekking poles

    Great poles and works perfect for all the terrain we hiked through. Easy adjusting lengths made them even more desirable when we needed to hike up or down hill. Very strong and light weight. I would highly recommend these trekking poles to anyone on the market. on Jul 24th 2017

  8. Almost perfect...almost.

    These poles work great. I've used them on about 10 hikes. They're lightweight, easily packable, sturdy, and comfortable. They're ALMOST perfect. Unfortunately, the carbide tips do not last forever, and replacements are not available. Many other companies offer poles with removable, replaceable tips. I'm a huge Kelty fan, unfortunately I will be looking elsewhere for another set of trekking poles. I guess I'll keep the rubber tips on these and use them as a back-up pair. on Mar 23rd 2017

  9. Customer Review

    I have used these for a few hikes I've taken over the past month in Missouri and at Yosemite National Park. These are very lightweight, transported well in my large checked luggage bag. The cork grips are very comfortable in-hand and don't rub blisters. They really helped with impact reduction on my extremely downhill trek out in California. I've used on dirt/gravel, rock, and asphalt surfaces with rubber and alternative tips and they have worked great. on Jul 5th 2015

  10. Customer Review

    These poles were lighter then my other ones and very comfortable. Plenty of positions to rotate from and prevent blisters. They did not seem to withstand much in terms of the foam padding, when dropped. They slipped and fell a few times while leaning against a tree and by then end of three days, several cuts and scrapes were noticeable in the foam/cork. Other poles seem more rugged, but overall I was very happy with these. on Jun 22nd 2015

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