Compare 2pc-3pc Walking Poles

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Compare 2-Piece & 3-Piece Walking Poles
Fitness Ease vs. Travel Convenience
NOTE: Both the 2-pc & 3-pc Keenfit Walking Poles can be used for either light or aggressive walking and both have the same excellent quality, stability & durability with the only differences being their color, collapsible length & number of adjustable points.

2-Piece Fitness Walking Poles
3-Piece Travel Walking Poles
Colour Options
Green Blue Black Red Purple Blue (only)
Adjustablility
1 – adjusting/lock point
to set and lock before use [securing the pole’s 2-pieces] 2 – adjusting/lock points
to set and lock before use [securing the pole’s 3-pieces]
Size when Telescoped Telescopes down to 33in / 83.82cm & down to 29.5in / 75cm when disassembled
[fits in the Keenfit Pole Tote & larger suit cases] Telescopes down to 25in / 63.5cm & down to 20.25in / 52cm when disassembled
[fits in the Keenfit Pole Tote & mid-sized to small carry-on suit cases]
Height of Pole Walker Extends to fit people ranging from 4ft / 122cm tall to 6ft5in / 196cm tall Extends to fit people ranging from 4ft / 122cm tall to 6ft4in / 193cm tall
Type of Pole Walker Everyone from the casual average walker to the more aggressive athletic Pole walker.

For those who walk in and around their neighborhood or who sometimes drives (by car) to other locations to explore other neighborhoods or trails.
For those who want Poles that are QUICK & SIMPLE to adjust.
Allow for easy storage & transportation.
Everyone from the casual average walker to the more aggressive athletic Pole walker.

For those who walk in and around their neighborhood or who sometimes drives (by car) to other locations to explore other neighborhoods or trails.
For those who do a fair amount of AIR-TRAVEL & want Poles that fit in a mid-sized suit case.
Allow for compact storage & easy transportation.

Importance of Using Poles on ALL Walks (not just Hikes!)

Hi Sheri I was with you last week at your session at the Grand in Kelowna. I was very impressed... View Article

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Importance of Using Poles on ALL Walks (not just Hikes!)

Hi Sheri

I was with you last week at your session at the Grand in Kelowna. I was very impressed with your presentation, you should have been a teacher, or were you?

My name is Jean and I live in Cochrane, Alberta near the base of the Rocky Mountains. At the conclusion of your session I filled out a form to receive your newsletter. I told you that I use my sticks in the mountains but not on my daily walks so after listening to you explain the advantages of using sticks on my daily walks today I set out with mine in hand.

I am asthmatic and I have arthritis in both of my knees. I found with using them that my stride was consistently longer therefore I walked faster and that my breathing was much more relaxed. On completion of my hour’s walk I was really energized and not at all tired even though I have several uphill areas. I thought that my arms would ache but such was not the case.

Tomorrow will be 1 1/2 hrs which will complete my 10 000 daily steps. I fell in-step with my sticks immediately. Going uphill was so much easier but I am not sure yet how to use the sticks properly on a decline. Possibly you have a suggestion for me.  **a suggestion is to either increase the backward angle you are holding your Poles by so that Poles become ‘shorter’ by doing so – or if the hill is really steep – you might want to put the Poles out in front of you to help you keep your balance as you travel down the hill.**

As mentioned I have my own sticks and after looking at yours I was really impressed with the design of them compared to mine. I think that the strap on the handle and the various rubber tips are very well designed. I agree with you that the springs are really not necessary, in fact better not to have them.

Sheri I have told several people about your stick design and about the advantages of using sticks on all walks. I believe I have convinced one friend in Vernon to see you and 2 others in Calgary to use sticks daily. These friends are all avid daily walkers.

I am so pleased that I attended your session.

Sincerely

Jean

** We could learn a lot from crayons: some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull, some have weird names, and all are different colours….but they all exist very nicely in the same box.

Jean CochraneAlberta – CA