Eric Kincaid

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Eric Kincaid wrote a review of on February 8, 2014

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Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great poles- very sturdy and highly adjustable. Kelty needs to make a case for them, though. I have not found a good one yet, so mostly just tie something around them to hold the sections together. That doesn't protect the elastic inside from being abraded, though.

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Eric Kincaid wrote an answer about on February 8, 2014

Like everyone said above, the ways to set up a tarp are endless. You can easily set up a tarp with no, or just one pole. Use a tree on one end, a pole on the opposite, and guylines for the other two corners. You'll have to tie the pole down with at least one guyline, probably two. If you google tarp setup, or look on youtube, you will find endless methods. I have two of these poles and they are great.

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Eric Kincaid wrote an answer about on February 20, 2012

This is not the cooler version, and would definitely leak if you put ice in it. The cooler version looks identical on the outside, but has insulation and a vinyl liner. It's called the Kelty Cooler Binto.

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Eric Kincaid wrote an answer about on January 4, 2011

Really depends on you, your feet and the size you're wearing. Because of the way these shoes fit, and the difference in people's anatomy, the only way to really tell is to try them out. I can tell you that I just got a pair yesterday to wear with my KSO Treks, and they are snug, but feel good. They definitely feel different, but will still work for me; your mileage may vary. I will tell you that you'll probably love the socks whether they work with your shoes or not. I do. :^)

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