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1 pole - at a good price. I bought 2 for a trip to Costa Rica and they are terrific. Lightwieght, strong (I am 6 ft 200 lb) easy to adjust and fold up and pack in their nylon bag.
By Jbyz on October 27, 2017
Основанный на 7 Отзывы клиентов
January 11, 2018
I do a lot of off road hiking and have used a variety of walking sticks and trekking poles in my life so I'm always willing to test a new pole. What I like about this trekking pole: It's easy to pack. It breaks down into 5 pieces which are still attached to each other by a cord and you simply slide all the pieces together and then twist each section to tighten them down into place. This way it's easy to throw into a backpack or into your gear bag for when you aren't using it. The pole itself is very strong when unfolded and can actually take a beating while in use. I used it over various terrains and it held up very well, both uphill and downhill. The thumb rest at the top of the handle is very smooth and your thumb rests comfortably on top of it. The locking clip at the top of the pole locks into place securely and has never loosened up on me, unlike others I've tested. The back of the strap is covered in a very soft material that doesn't chafe the wrists while you're using it. What I don't like: The wrist strap doesn't have a buckle on it to tighten/loosen it. The strap is inserted thru the plastic of the hand grip and can only be tightened so far. This makes it hard to get it tight enough on my small wrists to keep it on while hiking. It kept flopping around on my wrist and arm. The wrist strap is there to to help you hold on to the pole so your hands don't have to do so much work. With this flaw in the design, I was unable to do this. It only has the normal sized hand grip, and nothing down below where you would grab the pole while going downhill. I found the hand grip to be way too slippery for me. My hand kept wanting to slide down the grip, so I had to keep way too much pressure on the grip while hiking and that made my hand start to hurt after very little time had passed on the trail. Also, it didn't have enough cushion around the grip to help alleviate tired and sore hands. Also, I don't know why they wouldn't include a walking boot with this pole. You get a stubby metal tip, and a cap style outer boot along with a mud basket. I usually use the walking boot exclusively with trekking poles as it helps to propel you forward as you walk, and this was missing from this pole. I purchased this item at a discount in return for an honest and unbiased review
July 19, 2017
First - quick delivery ordered 11 Jul - arrived 15 Jul - ahead of projected timeframe - 5* serviceSecond - good quality product vis a vis its selling price. Third - Already have a pair of extendable trekking sticks but wanted a compact (telescopic) pair that can fit in most backpacks and suitcases for overseas useage. This item meets the criteria perfectly. However have still not tried it out but it looks and feels sturdy and should meet the usage requirement - i.e. will not collapse during hard going. Fourth - Has a minimum length of 1.13m and a fully collapsed length of 0.35mOverall - a good buy
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