1 Arpenaz 200 Hiking Pole - Orange

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Key feature
Easy and quick adjustment system: Push Pin, or push button. Longer handle for use on hills. Adjustable wrist loop.
Users reviews
4.41 / 5 509 ratings

3 colors

Users reviews

4.41 / 5 509 ratings
473 users recommended this product

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  • Man
    40-49 years old
    06 March 2018
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Broke on first excursion

    Used these for the first time this weekend. Worked well whilst out but on return I couldn't get one to retract again as the button seemed stick. Eventually managed to push the button in but it went too far and is now stuck inside the inner pole which renders the pole useless. Can't recommend when things go wrong after one use.

  • Man
    +60 years old
    23 February 2018
    Use since 3 to 6 months
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Simple and strong walking sticks good value

    Easy to use like an old fashioned tent pole with buttons. Very light but with a good size diameter shaft to maintain stiffness. The only flaw I can see longterm is there is no way of adjusting the friction which keeps the pole compacted. A couple of times the pole extended itself while attached to my rucksack. Given how cheap the pole are, its probably worth sorting some DIY solution with 50p worth of shockcord

  • Man
    50-59 years old
    03 January 2018
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Fatally Flawed

    Generally these are sturdy, lightweight for the price, easy to extend with gloves on and comfortable. almost perfect. Almost...
    However there is a fatal flaw that I'm flabbergasted never came out in development or other peoples reviews. When extended, the top tube is hollow with many open holes (the adjustment positions) and in decent winds, these poles perform like a flute. They are so noisy, whistling and wailing as you move. Funny for the first 10 minutes, but truly awful after that. Not sure yet if I can be bothered to return them for how much they cost, but i'd avoid these at all costs for that reason.

    Brand's answer :

    Thanks for your feedback on the Arpenaz 200 hiking pole and apologies for the inconvenience caused. I have passed your comments on to the product design team to help irradiate the issue in future designs. Should you remain dissatisfied, please get in touch with our online team (https://www.decathlon.co.uk/contact-us.html) or drop into your local store where we can find the best solution for you.
    Chris | Market Manager

User benefits

Ergonomic grip
Nice, flexible foam handle. Handle with knob Adjustable strap
Adjusts using a simple and ultra easy button system: push pin. Len: 57-130 cm
230 g
Compact design
Foldable in 3 sections. folded length: 58 cm, extended length: 130 cm

Technical card

Shaft : 100.0% Aluminium Handle : 100.0% Polypropylene (PP)
Approved by
All our poles undergo use tests carried out by users who represent the target market in similar conditions to those found in typical use. Our Field Test Missions team up our product managers with people not affiliated with QUECHUA to test, improve and validate our products.
Bending and compression tests are done on extended poles to make sure they remain effective and can withstand stresses when the user has to lean on them heavily. Tests are also carried out to assess how the tightening systems cope with pulling, tightening and repeated stress, and pull tests on the tips and handles simulate poles getting stuck when in use.
Designed to
occasional hikers, on level and hilly terrain: hiking routes, pathways, woodland.
2 years


Storage Tips
Store the poles in a dry place, do not tighten the sections.
Restricted use
Do not put them on backpacks in stormy weather.


How to adjust your walking poles?
Hold the poles with your arms bent at a right angle. To adjust them: unscrew the middle section beneath the ring of the lower section, adjust to desired height (in cm), and screw back on firmly but not too tight. Do the same thing with the lower section. NEVER GO OVER THE "STOP LINE", or the pole may break during use.
Directions for use:
Before leaving: always check that your poles are well tightened. When descending, or during when pushing forward on the mountain, for example, you can make your poles longer. When walking downhill, it's best to remove the strap so the pole won't get in your way if you fall.
Comes with a summer hiking (small diameter) unscrewable stopper. Compatible with wider winter stoppers.