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Mountainsmith Globetrotter Trekking Pole - Single - Moosejaw
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Mountainsmith Globetrotter Trekking Pole - Single

Mountainsmith Globetrotter Trekking Pole - Single is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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$37.95

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Product Description Item No.   10342006

FEATURES of the Mountainsmith Globetrotter Trekking Pole - Single

  • Cork molded T-handle
  • Outerlock (OLS) height adjustment mechanism
  • Three collapsible sections with vinyl coated cable connector
  • Collapses to 16" for portability/storage
  • Removable hiking basket with locking pin
  • Adjustable webbing / neoprene wrist strap
  • Rubber boot tip
  • Snow basket compatible(sold separately)Sold as single pole

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Weight: 13 oz
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime
Best Use: Skiing
Grip Material: Cork
Locking System: Lever Lock
Shaft Material: 7075-Series Aluminum
Pole Tip Material: Carbide
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific I was force to give my other walking pole to TSA agent at the security check point at the airport. It won’t fit inside my backpack. The Globetrotter Trekking breaks down into a size that permits it to fit into my Osprey Talon 22 backpack. The price is half of it’s competitors and that concerned me. After using the pole it is excellent. It is sturdy and I like the cane style hand grip. I would recommend this product
Date published: 2018-01-31
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Mountainsmith Globetrotter Trekking Pole - Single 3639113 Hello what is the height of this pole without adjusted and maximum adjusted? Thanks!

Asked by: Frederick
Hey there Frederick, good question! The maximum length of this trekking pole is 54" and can pack down to 16". I hope this helps!
Answered by: Marty Moose
Date published: 2018-08-23

That was helpful. Thank you, Scrubba Dub! One more question...do I use one or two poles? I'm an inexperienced hiker going on a 4 hour hike in Norway...2 hours uphill and 2 hours back down... then a shorter one a few days later.

Asked by: kpearl
Hya kpearl, thanks for your question! You would definitely want a pair, rather than a single pole, for your trek. A single pole is best for flat terrain with little to no load on your back. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2018-04-03

I don't know where to place my hands on the cork handle. I have the sort of t-shaped one. I think my fingers will hurt when I am done if I do it wrong. Help!

Asked by: kpearl
Hey there! Crooked or cane handles are used in very bad terrain that requires LOTS of balance. Think: scaling slippery rocks or anything where your feet do not have a sure grip and your balance relies primarily on your poles and hands. Cane style grips are also useful more for casual walking or light hiking. If you are looking to do some distance walking or hiking, I would suggest a traditional trekking pole. Use an ergonomic longer gripped handle (not a crooked / T-handle) because those are far more diverse. You can use them in mixed terrain (from flat to rugged). They all have a thicker, balled top so you can rest your palm if you need to actually place weight / force on them for balance. Just look for something that will allow your wrist to bend no more than 15 degrees (called neutral position). Your wrists will thank you (and your fingers too!)
Answered by: Scrubba Dub
Date published: 2018-04-03
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