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Adjust the length while you walk.

For improved balance and stability on tough terrain, grab the innovative MSR SureLock TR-3 Trekking Pole. With the Trigger Release system, you can easily adjust the length of the pole with one hand while holding the grip, which means you can quickly adapt to changing terrain. The three-segment design allows the pole to be collapsed to just 23 inches and easily packed when the trail requires you to engage in some steep fourth class scrambling.

  • 7000 series aluminum provides durability and a low weight of just over a half pound each
  • SureLock system connects the three pole segments with a precise slip-free rolling lock pin
  • Trigger Release Adjustment provides easy one-handed adjustment from the grip, allowing you to fine-tune the length while you walk
  • Poles can be collapsed to just 23 inches in length for compact packing
  • Injection-molded cork grip fits comfortably in your hand
  • Included trekking basket is ideal for a wide range of terrain

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Surelock TR3- Not strong or easy to use

I have used the old version and the new ones about 10 days each for hiking and snowshoeing for less than 100 km's (60 miles) and both have failed on me. I typically only have them extended to the first or second setting so not extended all the way and they have both bent on me in not very challenging terrain. Also, the release assembly is really difficult to operate as it gets clogged with water and/grit and you can't easily clean as the poles don't come apart.

The locking mechanism never slips once locked in which is a plus, but when you have to really fight to push or pull the poles apart, the quick trigger release idea goes out the window. Also, the new grips are more ergonomic than the old one and feel much nicer, but that's all I have for pluses.
I have used other poles for far longer without ever having issues with them bending and would not recommend or use these again.
The poles get two stars because the company tried to improve upon the last product and because they have a great warranty.

GEAR REVIEW: MSR TR3 Trekking Pole

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Light, sturdy and easy to use... this is what you want in a trekking pole. The TR3 has a unique feature that redefines "easy to use". Check out this video for a full review.

Eric Larsen on MSR Poles

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New MSR? Poles with SureLock? Technology are changing expectations of what a pole should be. For polar adventurer, guide and educator Eric Larsen, they're an integral part of his expedition gear. Eric demands light weight, ease of use and durability from his gear as he travels to the world's most remote places, including Antarctica. MSR? TR and UL Series poles deliver him this with the precision engineering and legendary reliability of MSR.