Massdrop x Fizan Compact Trekking Poles
Massdrop x Fizan Compact Trekking Poles
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Made in collaboration with Fizan, an Italian pole maker that’s been in business since 1947, these are among the lightest collapsible, fully adjustable trekking poles on the market. They feature the 7001 aluminum construction and super-strong locking system of Fizan’s original Compact poles, plus a few improvements to help you out on the trail Read More
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zannounce
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Nov 21, 2020
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sturdy product, light weight
I like it so much that I'm buying a second pair.
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al751
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Nov 18, 2020
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The locking mechanism has a tendency to slide when wet and weight is put onto it. However, not a situation most people would find themselves in. Otherwise very nice lightweight and functional poles.
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varb
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Nov 13, 2020
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Solid pole for a first-time user
Never hiked with poles before. Decided to grab these ahead of my hike up Mt. Marcy in the Adirondacks. It was a challenging hike, and these poles served me well the whole way. Sturdier than they seem for how light they are!
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Would recommend to a friend.
MrFixit
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Nov 4, 2020
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Excellent Value
I wasn’t expecting much from these, was just hoping they weren’t terrible. So These poles have vastly exceeded my expectations. I have used them on many hikes, beat them hard. One has been slightly bent in a hard fall, now opens w difficulty. Works fine. I’m not sure how I didn’t break it. They are very light, and rugged. Would 100% buy again.
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easywalker
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Oct 25, 2020
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Broke after only 5 uses on easy hikes, not worth the money
I am a 63 year old (female, 5'5", 135 lbs.) hiker/backpacker. I hike on trails no more than 10 miles in a day and I keep my pack weight <25 lbs. After only 5 late summer hikes, one pole started collapsing and doesn't hold up any more. It seems like the internal mechanism just doesn't hold its grip. I am hoping for a refund but we'll see.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
LClay
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Oct 19, 2020
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Great poles for the price
Easy to use and seem sturdy enough for the weight. Have used a few times with my tent and for some long hikes but unfortunately the foam ripped under stress- will be looking for cork poles when I eventually replace them!
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jmk451
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Oct 16, 2020
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Use with X-Mid FTW
I got both the 3-section and the 4-section poles, with an eye toward using them for travel with my X-Mid 1P. They,re super! They're lightweight, they pack small, and they're sturdy enough to use as actual trekking poles. The grips are a little funky, but I'm not through-hiking with these, so it's not a big deal.
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Taplow
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Oct 16, 2020
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Lightweight and dual-pupose
Got these primarily as tent and tarp poles with the option to try hiking with poles. Work perfectly with Durston tent and felt I had a boost hiking up steep tracks. Survived being strapped to pack and bundled in train and car so seem to be fairly robust.
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costl
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Oct 5, 2020
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light and comfortable
I'm relatively new to trekking poles, so treat this review as directed at the uninitiated: After a few recent trips with steep ascents and descents in the bush, having used some makeshift sticks to help out, I finally made the decision to try some trekking poles. I'm really glad I went this route. They brought all the advertised advantages in stability, load management, and impact reduction. This set is perfect for me. Very light, easy to collapse and store on pack when not needed, and not too fancy to worry about beating up. I've found them especially helpful during the last few hours of high-mileage days. And, when used throughout the day, they also seemed to help prevent that late-day fatigue. Also good for sharing on family hikes. Also, very stable, stiff, responsive, no rattling.
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LimeyChuckit
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Oct 3, 2020
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Strong and Light
These are wildly light for the price, easy to carry while running, and stow away reasonably well when you don't need them. Used for trail running and backpacking
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