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Mountainsmith Rambler 7075 Trekking Poles

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    Kids like hiking just as much as adults, which is why there are the Rambler 7075 Trekking Poles from Mountainsmith. These sturdy aluminum poles utilize carbide tips with removable rubber boot tips to ensure traction on any terrain. Molded TPR handles are shaped for those with smaller hands, and neoprene wrist straps provide a secure grasp at all times.

    • 7075 aluminum shafts
    • Carbide tips
    • Removable rubber boot tips
    • Molded TPR handle
    • Two telescoping handles
    • Removable hiking baskets
    • Adjustable neoprene wrist strap
    • Snow basket compatible
    • Item #MOU001K

    Tech Specs

    7075 aluminum
    Adjustable Length
    Usable Range
    27 - 43 in
    Collapsed Length
    27 in
    Locking Mechanism
    Included Baskets
    Claimed Weight
    16 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I picked these up for hiking while carrying our two-year-old in a Deuter Kid Comfort 2 on several hikes. I have never used trekking poles before, and put off buying some because I thought that an able-bodied 34-year-old shouldn't need them, and only bought them for added safety with the daughter moving around on my back. Wow, I will use these on every hike in the future, regardless of what I'm carrying. They provide a good support for crossing streams, or even getting around a deep mud hole in the middle of a trail. There may be more advanced poles, but I found these to be light, comfortable and easy to use.

    I agree! I love mine. They were a bit slippery at first and would collapse easily so that was scary at times but they eventually got broken in. I've hiked in Hawaii and all over Alaska with them. They are great. I'm about to buy another pair for a friend for her birthday.