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Become an Instructor Retailer

We support Nordic Walking Instructors via our Instructor Retail Scheme. We know that Nordic Walking Instructors are the best people to advise and guide their Nordic Walkers on which poles to buy. We want to reward this great advice by allowing instructors to retail our products.

How does it work?

If you are a certified Nordic Walking Instructor then email us at with the following information:

Date of qualification
Awarding training body
Email address

You will then receive an email from our website with a special link for you to set up an account.

Once you have logged in you can complete your details with shipping address, preferred contact details etc. You will see two prices displayed. The full retail price, that you sell at to your customers, and the Instructor trade price. 

The minimum on-line order for poles is two pairs and shipping is free. If you wish to order a single pair of poles then you need to ring through the order 01446 789154 and there is a small order charge of £9.50. 

Accessories are free to ship if you spend over £50

Using our wholesale area on the website you can print our receipts and pay on line as well as save draft orders. The whole system is easy to use.

We ship using DX so as long as you order before midday, your poles will arrive 48 hours later. So no need to hold stock, just order what you need.

We also offer package prices to instructors for full instructor teaching bags of poles. Just ring 01446 789 154 for more details.



  • "I just wanted to let you know that our LEKI poles arrived safely at 09:40 today and are exactly what we wanted. That was an amazing turnaround and I just wanted to thank you once again for such fantastic customer service."

    Tony sanders

  • "Thank you Paula, brilliant service as always!"

    DENA bray

  • "Poles arrived safe and sound. Thanks for your usual speedy service."

    Julia kraus

  • "Thank you for the brilliant customer service."

    Jayne MacLennan