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HarmonicWave  
#21 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 12:47:28 PM(UTC)
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My experience with sticks-canes branded medium quality (SALEWA) that I bought at $ 300 per couple and went with about 1000 km. whereas considerable abrasion marks, still perform their duty faithfully, and I'm very pleased with them.

In my opinion, the subject of canes there less expensive brand (I also saw dear sticks break and bend). I assume considerable financial investment worthwhile to purchase easy carbon sticks and it seems relevant to the long routes, and low weight you carry.
Comfort me with my knobs and crumbled.

[QUOTE = went Hebrew] how I got 25 kg?
The track surface with two nights in December, without burying, backs, cold, chances of rain gear derived from it:
14 litres, 2.5 kg of food, tent includes rain sheet (2.5 kg), winter clothing, to minus 1, a mattress, a backpack weighing 2.8 kilograms, coffee ...


I don't know what your age and your Prime, or the knees and back, but I think you should begin a gradual process of lowering the weight you're carrying. Fun to grow, your flexibility in choosing the routes, you have to carry less water etc.

So that braya, if I try to tie those two aspects – buy relatively simple sticks and invests the money in light (e.g. tent).
arthur  
#22 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 1:42:52 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = went Hebrew] how I got 25 kg?
The track surface with two nights in December, without burying, backs, cold, chances of rain gear derived from it:
14 litres, 2.5 kg of food, tent includes rain sheet (2.5 kg), winter clothing, to minus 1, a mattress, a backpack weighing 2.8 kilograms, coffee ...

Accumulated experience of nearly 600 km with simple and inexpensive, which purchased without understanding in exactly the order you specified: test requirement.
The conclusion that the sticks are indeed necessary. Since the point of one of the sticks is broken, do I have to purchase new ones. Whether to remain at the same level or upgrade and if so how the necessity of each component? Simple, right? I was surprised to see how controversial issues:

Some of the redundant mociaim fork-others praise them.
Those sides right carbide spikes, and they claim that fairly simple spikes, clubs will get moldy before.
There are them the Cork-others claim that it absorbs sweat from salts, and crumble.
There are other preachers to Leckie, black diamond, these recommend these comprdel, limit, and others claim that fairly simple sticks of outdoor, Aztec, or Goo, an underscore the immediate solution in case of a problem.
In short, I didn't find even one, about a consensus. Now you know what's true, what's not, and especially, of course, what fits my needs.

I must say that I never tbrbarti so buying a backpack, or hiking shoes (and many of those, me and my family).


Many subjects treated, using articles although I don't like.

1. If the tip of the stick is broken and can stick to just replace.
A few days ago I reached a certain store that gives singing and sticks tried to sell me a new overpriced sticks of 600 shekels. I bought a carbide tip at 60 and now I have switched to stick more than 2000 kilometers back to be restarted. Almost.

2. regarding the point carbide, clearly the more rigid material will keep his ה"שפיציות. No argument here.

3. Cork-don't know I. I like my rubber dries quickly, not taking anything. No big deal to go out in the rain.
Whether with absorbing salt from the body and tporer, I don't know, but it sounds like it has a certain logic.
There are people with cork handle?

4 I'm not strong in, someone in the world State case decided (or not) that lucky and Polish diamond are the strongest companies in the industry.
I don't know how, but there seems to be some kind of consensus about that.
I concluded that I needed something and I definitely need walking sticks-and buy something. Because I truly believe that quality has to open the wallet.
הלך עברי  
#23 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 4:02:30 PM(UTC)
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shaharellert  
#24 Posted : Saturday, August 11, 2012 5:43:45 PM(UTC)
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I'm not an expert on sticks, but owners of Leki super makalu cor-tec and very pleased. I think they meet most of the requirements.
Carbide tip.
-Made of aluminium
Interchangable song.
A very comfortable strap.
Lockdown-superlock
Cork handle.
-Open to 145 cm (an advantage in establishing tarptent Double rainbow pattern tents
Leki's responsibility for life. There are lots of stories on the network for providing excellent service by the company itself or its representatives.


A week ago they had on sale-raised people campsaver.
arthur  
#25 Posted : Sunday, August 12, 2012 4:46:44 AM(UTC)
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Went past, I think that the requirements did the right thing here in more institutions to minimize the fit you and is definitely beneficial to you in purchasing your next sticks if I couldn't help it, I'm very pleased.

Good luck with your purchase. Arthur 41133.0745138889
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