Good: The pole folds up and has its own carrying case.
Good: The pole has a wrist strap that makes easy to carry without fear of losing the poles.
Good: The poles have adjustable height so everyone can make this pole comfortable and work for them.
Bad: The locking lever feels really cheap and I think it’s only a matter of time before it breaks.
Bad: I’ve never owned trekking poles before and I thought putting them together would be easier but it was not as intuitive as I thought and I actually had to look at the instructions.
The Sahara sailor trekking Pole is lightweight and compact when folded. It’s very easy to put this in your backpack and carry with you in case you decide you want to go for a hike. It’s more lighter and more convenient then a traditional hiking stick.
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