Gear Review: Cascade Mountain Tech Carbon Fiber Trekking Poles

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I have been using trekking poles for years and I cant say enough good about them! It’s like hiking with 4 legs and if you’re really savvy you will use your trekking poles as your shelter poles too and save weight. I have tested and reviewed several poles both very high end and middle of the road and for the price, you will have a hard time finding a better, lighter and cheaper trekking pole. These are really nice and work very well

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Adventures with Frodo says:

know your product those feet are for power walking.

LadyBug says:

Theses exact ones I bought at Costco for $29.00. I bought them at the Palm Desert, CA. location. The plastic thingy that flaps from the straps can be wedged into the handle to be out of the way, just make sure to put them in with the black bumps facing up ward.

MuvoTX says:

that chunk of plastic at the end of the strap inserts into the hole on the handle… it locks the strap so they dont pull and slip out.

Shauna W says:

I just picked these up today from Costco for 29.99 heard a lot of good things . My son accidentally pulled the pole out past the stop, and I was able to put it back in, are they ruined or should it be ok? Feels fine but I heard you say it may need to be replaced

Ledicious says:

I have these poles and they are great! The plastic toggles on the straps are locks to keep the straps in place. If you pull the free end through the plastic pieces actually plug in to the handle.

rivahkillah says:

It’s really easy to pop them back in if you do pull past the stop point

blkcpdconure says:

At this price I can check out poles again without spending a huge amount of money on them. I had a pair years ago that I liked but I forgot them in my old car when I traded it in. They were ‘Lifelink’ poles I think that were said to be used by some Special Operations units. Navy SEALs mainly. Great video dude!

John W says:

Which tent is in the background

Ryan De Castro says:

does this pole have shock absorbing?coz im planning to buy a pair of it.

ted cooper says:

The ad on Amazon says this compacts to 23″. I measure 26″ with rubber tip off. Do you have any idea how to get system to 23″? Does the carbite tip come off?

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