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הלך עברי  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:08:32 AM(UTC)
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:16:38 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = went Hebrew] good morning

I'd love to learn from experience;

Do you think the zazaoaim is essential, so

Or more, causing loss of energy, plus weight- weight rod is not really critical, most important suspension ,

And extending the top of the pole? - Anyway you match the length of the rod for your needs

Since my husband sticks a long handle relatively rare, do you think the plus is necessary or possible to compromise and give up.  The small difference in price doesn't justify a compromise.

Are you short of the sticks before each increase?  לא

Holding the metal? כן

Maybe homemade rubber coating iltertam as suggested to me. No, but possible.

Responsibility-do you opt for expensive quality manufs sticks (Leckie and Polish diamond, for example) that provide long warranties, or ease of local manufacturers, ensuring a one year warranty, but short correction?

The price of the more expensive bars doesn't justify the benefits. A pair of rods with absorber costs about $ 220 in Israel

Weight-do you think it's worth paying extra for lighter materials (carbon), or whether the issue is marginal, since most of the time the clubs used? Marginal weight for me (I have no experience of the light shafts) I'm guessing that if one day I get the chance to have another easy answer

Have any experience for those of you with sticks of outdoor, nature, Aztec, Wildcat, limit?

I would like to receive more tips if you have.

Thanks and good day

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:24:26 AM(UTC)
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#4 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:49:09 AM(UTC)
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Good absorbers should be so soft that every time you download regularly will be more difficult for energy on.

On the other hand they help me personally in many arms shock relief depending on the strength of hits with the ground.

For years I went without bash until my elbows started only after a long period I went to clubs with bash, which certainly helped a lot.

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#5 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 12:01:52 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yankale17]

[QUOTE = went Hebrew] good morning

I'd love to learn from experience;

Do you think the zazaoaim is essential, so

Don't.

Or more, causing loss of energy, plus weight- weight rod is not really critical, most important suspension ,

No suspension, but the weight is very critical. Suspension for certain causes energy loss when you push yourself or rising. So you better abolm will be open only when falling downs. By the way it is designed.

And extending the top of the pole? - Anyway you match the length of the rod for your needs

Since my husband sticks a long handle relatively rare, do you think the plus is necessary or possible to compromise and give up.  The small difference in price doesn't justify a compromise.

It's really not so relevant in my opinion, can grasp the iron if necessary.

Are you short of the sticks before each increase?  לא

Not before, if I know I have now fast rise.

Holding the metal? כן  

Yes

Maybe homemade rubber coating iltertam as suggested to me. No, but possible.

Responsibility-do you opt for expensive quality manufs sticks (Leckie and Polish diamond, for example) that provide long warranties, or ease of local manufacturers, ensuring a one year warranty, but short correction?


The price of the more expensive bars doesn't justify the benefits. A pair of rods with absorber costs about $ 220 in Israel
The price of the best quality shafts justifies its price. Quality equipment costs more. BTW Leckie offer a lifetime guarantee, just a bit tricky because the importer is replaced and Sturm will no longer import them. I'm going today to fix the sticks and post results here.
Weight-do you think it's worth paying extra for lighter materials (carbon), or whether the issue is marginal, since most of the time the clubs used? Marginal weight for me (I have no experience of the light shafts) I'm guessing that if one day I get the chance to have another easy answer
I say we nashda short calculation:
My stick is one of Blackie ANTISHOCK TRAIL sticks more resistant to rough usage. But even heavier because of exactly the same thing.
Data:
Each stick weighs 300 grams.
Every step I'm swinging a stick.
In the 100 meters there are 69 steps.
There are 1000 meters in a kilometer.
There are 1000 mile trek.

300 * 69 * 10 * 1000
All my hand lifted 207 million pounds.
Have any experience for those of you with sticks of outdoor, nature, Aztec, Wildcat, limit?

I would like to receive more tips if you have.

Thanks and good day

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#6 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 12:15:32 PM(UTC)
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You go to the store, look at the range and eventually connect what you comfortable and what you prefer.
I tell you what my considerations.

1. comfort grip opening and closing
2. carbide Distributor.
3. weight.
4. easy track.
5. the substance might have to stick to use. As much as I want to ease the weight on my wrist I don't think my travel style, allows me to buy a stick of carbon olterliit.
But strong aluminum.
6.
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#7 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 12:20:48 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = went Hebrew] morning yankele

Thanks for the comments above.

How about the argument, by suspension absorbs the energy could push the forward (perhaps like the difference between walking on a hard surface and walking on sand)?

If weight was 10 kg (including backpack weight) I'd say that maybe has a theory. The suspension concerned not absorb energy in elbows or necks.

When I wrote a patent for יענק'לה sticks they initially were without bash. After two tours when bash (rubber) and immediately felt the difference in the elbows.

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#8 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 2:55:45 PM(UTC)
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I usually travel equipment buying quality. But with clubs walking sticks of the GO NATURE if everyone, from aluminum weighing about 500 grams was not a problem and it cost me about 150 weight only problem it opens up to 135 cm and tarptant 4 Rainbow has 145 "cm minimum, so I extend from Henry a plus.
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#9 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 3:24:34 PM(UTC)
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Arthur-track? Never put it on my wrist. It broke the fall, from experience.

Happens when you sprain between stones and lever with the heavy backpack flying forward without an option to stop the tumble that leads.

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#10 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 4:44:32 PM(UTC)
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Opinion:

1) I buy only quality. Point! Will it affect weight, quality materials (carbide tips etc) has significant responsibility goes in! I repaired equipment also in the middle of MSR.
2) my experience is that there is no need for a block. YMMV of course but I don't travel so much along this way when it matters to me (I have pain in my shoulders and right elbow of another sport.
3) weight is critical-use sticks a fraction of the time. Specifically: If a large weight after RESUPPLY issue, bad ground (large boulders to them but I too small to use hands), crossing the Creek, or her hard long enough to help, but not so steep you need hands. I love to walk with hands-free calling, so focus on lightweight and easily folding
4) I personally change their height all the time-UPS downs and a long yardstick requires r & d towards the decrease in short
5) I have experience with carbon and very afraid of this part of my trust in aluminum sticks that they comply with all-altitude drops, fighting side etc. carbon just feel. I had a long discussion with JOSH from RUTALOCURA TIGOAT, who sells those carbon sticks and GOSSAMERGEAR and both said it unreliable such as aluminum and suitable for BUSHWHACKING and OFFTRAIL. Of course, if you are familiar with the area where you walk and feel comfortable with this carbon can be amazing.
6) required can exchange tips and put SONG in different sizes such as snow.


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#11 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 10:26:04 PM(UTC)
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Ma, you're just saying that because you don't use right.
The strap allows to put the weight on the stick without investing energy in the grip handle and if used right can be released easily hands stick (from experience!). If it was so dangerous, you could find at least one company that produces no sticks, I don't know.

I rarely change the length, only under extreme decreases/increases/decreases double sloped roof, steep side of cake I rested my hand on the top of the handle, increases leans on the wrist strap and on the go with the stick at an angle backwards.

I wouldn't compromise on quality, tried in the past, it just sticks, quickly losing the capacity closures lock and you find yourself constantly extends the sticks.

In a nice touch, but not all is necessary (I recommend, I certainly feel that the elbows), sticks with them usually you can lock the rear suspension (in case you're worried about energy מ"איבוד") and high sticks this lock also works!

One of the most important things is carbon, metallic edge play very fast impinging thrust capability of the stick, with the carbon has the problem.

When you come to buy the stick test that is able to withstand the load, put the full weight of your body, if you don't like it steady or slow stick closed.
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:02:52 PM(UTC)
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Ma, I gotta agree with me here. There is no way I hold my grip stick physically over 10-12 hours a day for several months. It makes no sense. Most of the time I put my weight on hand and wrist strap, allowing me to release the stick at all times.

To me, the edge is a carbide is a compound of carbon,. Arthur 41128.8360300926
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#13 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:16:56 PM(UTC)
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Whatever ...
As long as it doesn't play
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#14 Posted : Thursday, August 9, 2012 6:03:48 AM(UTC)
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#15 Posted : Friday, August 10, 2012 4:18:13 PM(UTC)
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Recommendation I never focused giving.
Two people come into the store, get a caddie and choose 2 different clubs and both are right.
Go to the store and experiment

But before you go, figure out what you are looking for.
Ask yourself a few questions:
1. What are you going to do with the stick? Whether long or short trips, with heavy weights or not, rough terrain or on trails?
2. how much money are you willing to invest?
3. What is more important you lightweight you hardly feel on the wrist or a stick that really can put the full weight of the body and be aggressive.

Eventually, the equation is simple, some amount of stick (Shaft Diameter) greater than this makes it stronger.
Aluminum can withstand more abuse than carbon.
The sticks as "heavy" and that there will always be aggressive and made of aluminum. For example the SUMMIT series of Leckie.

On the other hand if you don't weigh much, all your stuff is easy or not a space Boulder you can afford to buy significant light sticks less than a tired arm, easier on the bag when not in use. They are thin and aosheim or carbon or titanium.
A significantly higher price.

Secondly and more importantly I need to decide is which method you want to set. There are currently 3 methods membership facts.
1. close the Rotary bolt and lock nut into a circular closure. The classical method and patrolled. Very reliable but over time and with use of multiple abergot wear out and the plastic nut. Both can be replaced.

2. the new method of clippers, hard clip as soon as you open it allows adjusting of the stick and once locked the fixture. Very fast method.

3. the Z method between the stick and thread have to fold them unlike the Z-shaped rods tent.


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I just want to indicate that necessarily makes it a olterliit carbon breaks you also slammed the hardest with most silt and boulders with the heaviest equipment. Eventually carbon fiber and titanium are very strong materials. I'm just saying they're less cater to those things than aluminum sticks with a thick tube. Arthur41131.6369097222
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#16 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 1:50:20 AM(UTC)
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#17 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 5:22:33 AM(UTC)
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25 pounds for short trips?
I know it's not the subject of the thread, but I think you're carrying a lot too.

You have 2 options.
You can buy a very cheap and easy to experiment and see if you connect to the idea of walking sticks and if you're comfortable with that thing and think you want to invest serious money in clubs.
However this budget you can afford just and powerful model without the company's that will show you some good years.
Come to the stores and look for the aluminum models of leading companies.
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#18 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 8:30:24 AM(UTC)
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#19 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 9:59:29 AM(UTC)
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I think this is the best clubs of yankele looks comfortable and strong enough. Except it's not folding maybe we can find a patent that fold,

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#20 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 10:07:10 AM(UTC)
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I refer to the walking sticks as syringes and balance as your backpack weight + (the liver). My current simple sticks (with shock absorbers)

Keep with me for 2 years or more than 500 km. I prefer knobs with but is not always available at the price I bought them so I settled for.

The company name is unknown (but produce in China is safe) and write in German T?V. Price per 200 sticks. If would be a problem and they would buy new, cheap, too.

That costs $ 400 for this little stick sucks when the stick.

If you are looking for specials on the network can find similar quality sticks at 60 per stick + shock absorber, just a little old model year or years.

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