Gandrs offers lightweight and durable Nordic walking poles with fixed or adjustable height and gloves for your hands. For Nordic walking on hard surface here you will find also poles’ caps, provided by manufacturer Komperdell.
To those who are new to the sport, Nordic walking is obviously a pretty straight forward hybrid of fitness walking and cross-country or “Nordic” skiing. No matter how you use poles, people are likely to ask you if you are training for skiing or if you have forgotten your skis. Don’t worry, if you know nothing about Nordic skiing, because it is not actually much more complicated than just walking. When you walk, the right arm naturally swings forward when the left leg steps forward - and it’s the same when you Nordic walk. So the good news is that although balancing and gliding on two thin skis can take years to master, if you can walk you can generally master at least the basics of Nordic walking in almost no time.
In the long run it is important that the poles you use are made from high quality materials, features and in a proper length in order to maximize the safety and benefits of the activity. Komperdell nordic walking pole shafts are lightweight, strong and stiff and are designed to effectively dampen vibration in order to provide quiet operation and prevent vibration related injuries.