Fizan Compact Pole Single

Fizan
£29.00
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The Full Story +

The world’s lightest alloy trekking pole.

Weighing in at a remarkable 158g, the Fizan Compact Pole is the world’s lightest alloy, three-section trekking pole.

But, because it’s made from a high-grade 7001 aluminium alloy, it’s also extremely strong and durable.

The three sections collapse down to just 58cm and extend to 132cm so it’s easily adjustable for different heights and types of terrain. When not in use, the compact dimensions sit comfortably on your rucksack.

The patented Flexy locking system is quick and simple to adjust. It’s also considerably lighter than bulky, external ‘clamp’ systems.

The grip is ergonomically shaped and made from a comfortable EVA with a soft neoprene strap. The strap is easy to adjust on the hoof – and can be accurately fine-tuned to account for gloves or thick winter mitts.

The pole comes complete with a 50mm basket to stop the pole sinking into soft ground. The durable carbide tip may be covered with a rubber bung for walking on tarmac or to protect your gear when the poles are in transit.

The Fizan Compact Pole is sold singly but, for maximum benefit, we would recommend using the poles as a pair – particularly for extended treks with a heavy rucksack.

About Fizan

Fizan were founded in 1947 and were the first company in the world to produce ski poles from aluminium. They remain a family business with a commitment to continuous innovation and the very highest standards of product manufacture.

Weight: 158g

Features at a Glance +
  • Ultra-light trekking pole.
  • Weight: 158g.
  • High grade aluminium tubing.
  • Three section design.
  • Flexy locking system.
  • Comfortable eva grip.
  • Adjustable neoprene strap.
  • Carbide tip.
  • 50mm basket.
  • Rubber tip protector.
Technologies +
Fundamental Principles
Lightweight - Weight: 158.0gLightweight - Weight: 158.0g

We were the original lightweight revolutionaries. Back in the 1970’s we realised that cutting weight without losing performance meant that you can take less and do more. Everything we make is engineered to achieve this.

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