Tee Pee tent pole
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Erick Panger
(eggs) - MLife

Locale: Mid Life
Tee Pee tent pole on 08/19/2010 07:10:16 MDT Print View

I don't often hike with trekking poles so that is not an option for the Tee Pee.

So I'm in search of a Carbon fiber pole. Most of the ones I find for a typical tent I think might not be stiff enough due to their diameter.

I found a source for a carbon pole which should


I'm now in search of ferrules.

My questions are

Does anyone have a source for ferrules

Is this pole over sized. They offer small ID.

Is this even the right carbon layup for the job.

No weights are listed on the site but I think I can lose 8 ounces over the stock 13 ounce Golite center pole.

Edited by eggs on 08/19/2010 07:11:44 MDT.

kevin timm
(ktimm) - M

Locale: Colorado (SeekOutside)
Tipi Pole on 08/19/2010 07:40:21 MDT Print View

We will have an adjustable carbon fiber pole in a few days, they are in route.

4 , 24" sections (including ferrels). It adjusts from 50" to 87 " ft in one inch increments. 9 ounces. No shockcording.

We are updating website today.

Let me know if you need more information.


Erick Panger
(eggs) - MLife

Locale: Mid Life
Interesting on 08/19/2010 07:48:10 MDT Print View

I only need 69" so can this still be used as adjustable with only 3 sections. Or is the adjustability the sections them self.

I'll be your first customer what is the cost. 5 ounces is not as big a savings as I was hoping but it's a start

Edited by eggs on 08/19/2010 15:08:33 MDT.

kevin timm
(ktimm) - M

Locale: Colorado (SeekOutside)
Pole on 08/19/2010 08:22:33 MDT Print View

You can remove one section if you only need 59" and that will save about 2 ounces. So the saving would be 7 ounces.

It's a strong pole, about the same size as the golite pole or expedition easton with a thicker wall.

Pricing is on the site. If you don't need one section we can reduce it.