Welcome to the online Pacerpole shop

PLEASE NOTE: This shop page is part of our new website that is currently being developed. This is why it looks different to the rest of Pacerpole.com. If you click on the links in the menu bar above they will take you back to our original website. We hope to have the rest of the new site up and running soon.

All Pacerpole options now come as ‘BUNDLES’; this includes a mesh storage bag, a pair of 9cm baskets for use on snow or soft sand, plus an extra pair of rubber ‘street feet’.

A V A I L A B I L I T Y?
1. All Pacerpole Spares are available to order from this order page – as usual.
2. Unfortunately, the global shortage of raw materials means that it is difficult to predict exactly when the Pacerpoles themselves will be available later this year. If you would like to be kept informed about this then please leave your email address below: 

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Please leave your details for updates on Pacerpole availabilty.
The difference between a Trekking pole and a Pacerpole:
What is a Trekking pole?   A name coined by the Ski industry around the early 1990’s, for a Ski-pole with a sectional shaft – to offer to Walkers for telescoping-down, making it easier to stow on their pack, ready for use on a descent. Offering a suspended pole-strap (so tensile and tortional loading) for walking – whether for trekking or for the more recent “nordic” action proves awkward to control, and is a potential source of discomfort.
What is a Pacerpole? It is not a ‘trekking or nordic pole’. Pacerpoles are science based, and unique. They are designed from first principles analysing the functional anatomy and bio mechanics of our “Walking” gait to Lift-and-Shift our trunk Load around (by accessing upper body power without distorting our skeletal frame) whilst reinforcing our erect posture/alignment/Form. It is designed for the body so it doesn’t need a strap – just a relaxed hand within the handles contours to control our arm’s “stride-lever” action (similar to “contoured footbeds” controlling our leg’s stride for improved performance).
On the 18th November last year, 2 pairs of Pacerpoles completed a Yoyo Appalachian Trail, over 4,600 miles since April, with 30mile days! An epic in maximising potential whether walking on Trails ….. or on pavements “My Pacerpoles are great. I’ve extolled their virtues to many people, over and again. I’m now walking tall in my old age (92), and my arthritic back and hands appreciate the difference every step I take”. (Sybil)
Heather Rhodes

Research Physiotherapist and inventor of Pacerpole.




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