The Keenfit Advantage

Multi-Terrain Abilities

Take your Keenfit Walking Poles anywhere…

Your Keenfit Walking Poles will be able to take you anywhere. The basic accessories like carbide-tips, trail-feet, beach-baskets & road-feet come standard with our walking poles.

Carbide-tips – are great for off-road, more rugged terrain – they help you to dig into anything from hard-rock to uneven softer trails – used with the trail baskets they prevent your walking poles from sinking into the softer, looser ground. You wouldn’t want to use the carbide-tips for walking on roads though [if the noise doesn’t get you the vibration up each arm is sure to!].

Beach / Trail Baskets – are plastic disks that easily screw on – approximately 3 inches up from the bottom of the walking pole – baskets are designed for beach/sand & deep grassy trails – they prevent your Walking Poles from sinking into the softer, looser ground – like grass or sand.

 

Trail-feet – are made of durable rubber to wear on the bottom of your walking poles over your carbide-tips for looser, less compact terrain.They help you to grip more rugged ground on a variety of different trails and can be worn with the trail baskets to prevent your poles from sinking into the softer, looser ground.

 

Road-feet – are made of soft yet durable quality-rubber, perfect for pavement, roads & sidewalks. The softness adds shock-absorbency to hard surfaces – to help you grab the road & propel yourself forward but yet the strength adds toughness – so as not to wear them out too quickly. Keenfit Road-feet – if you have proper technique – should last you about 6 months to a 1 year.

Learn more about the Multi-Terrain Abilities of your Keenfit Walking Poles:

Ex-Boxer Speaks Out about Walking Poles

When I was 10, my dad took me to a fight club to learn how to box. Running long distance... View Article

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Ex-Boxer Speaks Out about Walking Poles

When I was 10, my dad took me to a fight club to learn how to box. Running long distance became a part of my “ roadwork routine”.

In the wintertime, I would often take ski poles with me on my runs to “power” up the hills. I was generally in better shape than the other kids.

Imagine my astonishment when a few years ago I heard of “Pole Walking”. I had been doing it for years and never knew it!

The Poles are much more suited to this activity, but the results in fitness are the same, and they are incredible!

To be sure, I’m slower now than in my competitive days, but I’m young for my age & Pole Walking/Pole Jogging has played a large part in that!

Frank

Frank BrightonOntario – CA