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Element Equipment Carbon 3000 Trekking Poles

Element Equipment Carbon 3000 Trekking Poles

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(9 reviews)
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They look like rebranded Chinese poles available on Amazon.
Scro
Looks deceive. I have personally visited the factory that makes those other brands you see on Amazon. We decided not to use their factory because the quality wasn't very good. Our poles are lighter and stronger than all those brands.
I bought them last time they "dropped". They where broken on delivery, The locks are really bad! So put your money elsewhere!
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Send us an email tyler@summitshop.com and we'll get you taken care of!
TylerConlin
Thanks!
Will Black Diamond powder baskets screw onto these? I've used my Costco Cascade Design ones for tent poles, and backcountry snowboarding. Still holding up after 4 years of abuse.
Pass on these. These look exactly the same as the "hiker Hunger" , "foxelli" and "cascade mountain tech" poles. they are all the exact same except a different name. They break at the tips VERY quickly.
deadline
Looks deceive. I have personally visited the factory that makes hiker hunger, foxelli and cascade mountain tech. We decided not to use their factory because the quality wasn't very good. Our poles are lighter and stronger then all those brands.
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They're $39.95 plus free shipping at Amazon right now (U.S.)
ChicagoGuy
Have a Link? They're showing at $59 on Amazon.
There's virtually no information on these anywhere on the internet.
Help me out! I want to know if these are actually a decent pair of poles; maybe a review, a website, anything.
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Bentopi
There's two reviews on them on Amazon US (the seller is Summit Shop). They seem like a nice budget light weight carbon pole.
The Costco "Cascade Mountain Tech" carbon ones are cheaper, but heavier at about 8oz (220g).
Smallsteps
The poles at Costco have the cork handles.
Where are these made?