- Trekking pole things- what's good around £50 for a pair
My brother’s just broken his cheapo ones so I thought I’d get him a slightly less rotten set… I know nowt about such things, I know his current set has no antishock and he does occasionally mutter about sore hands. He’s about 6 foot and mostly leg so tiny is probably no good.
Any suggestions?Posted 5 years ago
He will not have the slightest idea re grips, tbh, he got the ones he has because they’re the cheapest he could find, and he’s not tried anything else. Current ones are nasty moulded plastic things like you’d fine on a £3 umbrella. But lets assume standard grips not t-handle types.
Don’t think alpkit do one now.Posted 5 years agovorlichMember
Fizan from Ultralight Outdoor gear if you want light ones, mine are lighter than the carbon ones they replaced.
Or Black Diamond Traverse if you want something more robust, with flicklok.Posted 5 years ago
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