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Product description

Package:1*treking stick

Name:Straight/T-handle sticks

Specifications: 3 sections, 65-135cm

Rod: aluminum alloy

Locking: anti-rust double lock

Tip: tungsten steel

Weight: 295g/300g

Paint: 4 layers of oxidation wear-resistant treatment

Aluminum Alloy Trekking Pole Tungsten Steel Tip Lightweight Tele

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