- Jan 27, 2019 at 9:16 pm #3575394
@sfoldmanclanLocale: Washington DC
Forgot to mention that the weight above was without snow baskets and without rubber tips… the straps where left on when I weighed them.Jan 27, 2019 at 9:21 pm #3575396
Ken ThompsonBPL Member
@hereLocale: Right there
“I have taken my hiking pole, the neoTrekk BigStik, onto many flights. It has no pointy end and looks kinda like a cane. So put a rubber crutch tip on it, limp a little. look handicapped… and you get onboard OK.”
Don’t be that guy.Mar 17, 2019 at 8:19 pm #3584032
Max OBPL Member
Any opinions on or even experience with the MSR DynaLock Ascent Carbon poles?:
Not particulary light I know, but could be a strong and functional pole for winter activities.Jul 27, 2019 at 5:42 pm #3603719
Cas BerentsenBPL Member
Fizan Compact Light / Trekking Compact. Alu 326g the pair (11.5oz (11oz advertized) ) around +/-60USD the pair. Tested as well on this website somewhere in the past
Bought one sturdy pair in 2010 from the UK that I had to leave behind on the airport, a second less sturdy pair for 47eur ( 52USD) in 2012 from Italy and a third pair for 59eur ( 66 USD)from France after one pole of the second batch fractured while tensioning.
Using these poles now for 9 years and really pleased with them.
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