Ryan G
For the money they're the best poles on the market. Lightweight, easy to collapse and stow. The tips are solid and can take a real beating as well. The wrist strap is adjustable but is the only thing that I'd want changing. Over a long enough distance it will start to put pressure on your wrist. It's not bad but just something to keep in mind. It could do with being wider where the scaphoid meets the radius bone on the wrist to spread the load over a larger area. Don't let that deter you though they're amazing poles. I'm an absolute lump so when I drive down on the poles there is some flex but they have an amazing amount of rigidity. Unless you are bearing all your weight down hard on them you probably won't notice they're very stiff. The mudguards are great too, it doesn't allow them to get too deep. The shallow taper of the tips though does mean that in certain muddy conditions, the tips can get stuck and when you pull them the poles come slightly apart because of how they fold. If I could I'd make the tips have a slightly larger draft angle. Again though, could be just because I'm bigger meaning that the tips go in deeper. The sizing guide is spot on. The poles were the perfect length and the videos are great to get you started. You buy these today if you are considering getting them. They make easily a 20% gain in fatigue reduction.
2 months ago
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