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Hiking Pole

rated 4 of 5 stars They work well for their intended purpose! On a hiking trip to Switzerland, we were unable to bring our trekking poles because they wouldn't fit in our checked luggage. Once in the village we were staying in (Murren...GO, if you never have!), there was a shop selling many different souvenirs and some useful sporting goods items such as trekking poles. One of these was $20 so I bought it but then wondered how I'd get it back to the states. The shopkeeper cut off a length of cardboard tubing and… Full review

Hiking Pole

rated 5 of 5 stars Durability-to-price ratio is excellent. Comfortable grips with a nice overall feel. I picked up a pair of these @ Dicks about 6 years ago because at the price of $25 I felt they were at least worth a try. I've used them ever since and couldn't be happier. The locks continue to hold fine and the shock absorption qualities remain as good as when I purchased them. They have been used on extremely rocky terrain in the Adirondacks of NY, Vermont's Long Trail, NH'S White Mountains, and the Bigelow Range… Full review

Hiker Tent

rated 5 of 5 stars Good sized tent. Roomy enough for three comfortably. I love this tent! Got it back in 2008 and have used it ever since. It's super easy to set up and is large enough to comfortably hold three people. Full review

Self Inflating Mat

rated 4 of 5 stars I have been using mine for four years. You have to take care of it, it will puncture just like a high quality air matress, leaving you only low density foam to sleep on. Protect it and it will last many years. I use mine on top of a cot, as cots, stretched tight, are still very firm. I read a review of a woman that expected it to blow itself up like an air mattress. It is low density foam that expands to its normal 1 - 1 1/2" size when exposed to normal air pressure. You then close the valves and… Full review

Hiking Pole

rated 4 of 5 stars I have to agree with the other comments. The poles are great, especially for the price. I walk several times a day as part of my physical therapy. I have muscular dystrophy so am a bit unstable. The poles are exactly what I need to insure balance. The only complaint I have is that I can't find replacement rubber tips. I use the poles as much indoors as outdoors and could really use tip replacements. If anyone knows how to get replacement rubber tips please post and let me know. Thanks. Full review

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