maintaining and repairing an ergonomic A300 nature hiking pole

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Ergonomic A300 nature hiking pole

We firmly believe that the life cycle of a product does not end when it is damaged. This is why Decathlon offers solutions for the proper use, maintenance and repair of your product, which will allow you to increase its lifespan.

Original because of its walking stick type grip, this A300 pole has been designed to be durable and resistant but for any questions or problems, we are here to help you.

Using an A300 hiking pole for the first time

Why use hiking poles?
How do you use hiking poles?
How do you adjust it?
How do you adjust the wrist strap on my pole?
How do you reduce the noise of my poles?
Where can I attach my poles on my backpack?
When do you use the baskets?

Maintaining my A300 hiking pole

It is necessary to maintain your hiking poles from time to time to improve their lifespan and to maintain their effectiveness.

When talking about well maintained poles we're talking about clean poles! Remember to clean it well on the outside as well as on the inside. We will tell you what to do on the page below.

When you are not using your poles, fold them up and leave the locking system untightened to retain their tightening strength.

Maintaining, storing and cleaning my A300 pole from Decathlon

compatible spare parts

Repairing my A300 pole

Changing the tip of my pole

If you don't have the right equipment or if you don't feel able to perform this repair, don't panic: our workshops will look after you.Click on the link below and make an appointment online by entering the following service number: 8032079.

Recycling my A300 hiking pole

You have no other solution but to throw away your poles? Don't just put them in the bin or selective sorting, but go to a recycling centre so that they are upgraded. Mainly made of aluminium, this pole must be put in the metal bin, while the baskets must be put in the plastic bin.