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Pesten wrote a question about on February 23, 2013

Hey hat size of these poles would you recommend for me? 120 cm or 130 cm? I'm 177 cm that is about 5'10"

Is it worth the money to get Carbon Ultra distance over these? The carbon cost twice the price and are not that much lighter. Are the regular alu Distance like much less durable or something?

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Pesten wrote a question about on February 18, 2013

hey, Im debating on these and Black Diamond Trail Compact poles. The weight is quite the same, the carbon are little bit longer (Im 5'10" so both would be fine), seems to be little more sturdier than trail compact and they are made from carbon which is more durable. However the carbons are almost twice the price than trails compact... I dont know which to choose. I 'm gonna use them on climb approaches on pretty rocky mountain terrain. but also in the woods , backpacking and just allround.

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Pesten wrote a question about on February 23, 2012

Hi

Im debating on DMM Spectres 2 and DMM Phantoms. I want them to be my ultimate trad alpine-quickdraws biners. I want them to be light and functional. Both are light but i cant make up my mind which ones should I buy. Is it much of a difference between those or is it more like getting use to it issue?

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Pesten wrote a question about on February 23, 2012

Hi

Im debating on DMM Spectres 2 and DMM Phantoms. I want them to be my ultimate trad alpine-quickdraws biners. I want them to be light and functional. Both are light but i cant make up my mind which ones should I buy. Is it much of a difference between those or is it more like getting use to it issue?

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Pesten wrote a question about on May 17, 2011

I' debating between Prolite and Prolite plus. I only want to sleep under the sky during non snowy time (late spring, summer , early autumn). The prolite Plus is 220 grams heavier than prolite (regular size) and I dont know if I want to carry the heavier one. Is Plus much more comfy and warm than Prolite? Is it worth those 220 grams for those conditions I mentioned? (it would be my first pad like this)

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Pesten wrote a question about on May 17, 2011

Hey ive never had self inflating pad such as prolite plus and i have a dilemma between prolite and prolite plus. I only want to sleep under the sky during non snowy time (late spring, summer , early autumn). The prolite Plus is 220 grams heavier than prolite (regular size) and I dont know if I want to carry the heavier one. Is Plus much more comfy and warm than Prolite? Is it worth those 220 grams for those conditions I mentioned?

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