RUBBER TIPS AND PADS FOR POLES
Premium selection of rubber pads and rubber tips
We produce different types of protecting rubber tips and pads for poles:
Hiking and trekking pole rubber tips
Replacement tips for hiking and trekking poles provide great protection and noise absorption. They are placed on the tip of the pole when walking on the asphalt and other paved surfaces. In certain cases, these can also be used for walking canes (if they have a point with a steel or carbide tip).
Nordic walking pole rubber tips
Replacement tips for nordic walking poles with an asymmetric shape and diameter of 12mm.
Walking cane rubber tips
Replacement walking cane/walking stick rubber tips are made of quality materials and provide great stability.
Rubber tip replacement for silent tips
Roller ski - Rubber pad for special roller silent tip is used to protect roller ski silent tips - this rubber pad is made specifically for our silent tip FK1763 , which comes in the combination FK1763/1747/ and FK1763/1925.
Nordic walking - Rubber pad for Nordic walking silent tip is used to protect Nordic Walking silent tips - this rubber pad is made specifically for our Nordic Walking silent tip FK1765, which comes in the combination FK1765/1747 and FK1765/1925.
The production takes place in our own production hall in Kranj, Slovenia, like the production of a large majority of our offered items.
Our rubber buffers, tips, shoes and pads for poles of all kinds are made of durable rubbery material, which is similar to materials used for car tyres, that's why they don't wear off fast.
Noise reduction & tip protection
Customers are happy to use our rubber pads, buffers and tips on paved surfaces for noise reduction and protection of pole tips on all kinds of trekking and hiking poles and also on nordic walking and rollerski poles.
Rubber tips are placed on the tip of the pole when walking on the asphalt and other paved surfaces.
Replacing rubber tips and pads in hiking poles is fast and easy – the old and worn out pad can be removed from the pole tip by hand and can be quickly replaced by the new one, which has to be pushed onto the hiking pole right to the end.
In case the old rubber tip has stiffen already and pulling it of the pole by hand is too hard, the pliers will do the job.
Boot shaped rubber tips are installed on hiking and Nordic walking poles in a way that the longer (pointed) part of the pad is turned backwards.
Rubber tips for trekking poles should be made of durable rubbery material, which is similar to materials used for car tires.