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Locus Gear CP3
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Robert Meurant
(rmeurant) - MLife
Locus Gear CP3 on 08/30/2013 04:50:23 MDT Print View

Far be it from me to suggest that the new carbon fiber flick-lock trekking poles from Locus Gear might just be available now...

Robert Meurant
(rmeurant) - MLife
CP3 on 09/03/2013 19:33:55 MDT Print View

CP3 1
CP3 2
CP3 3
CP3 4
CP3 5
CP3 6
CP3 7
(With CF DPTE at full extension 135 mm & CTF3 bag)
Apologies for my poor quality photography.
Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 7:38 PM Ordered
Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 7:37 PM Dispatched
Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 9:41 AM Arrived (Seoul/Korea)

Dan Durston
(dandydan) - F

CP3 on 09/03/2013 20:37:02 MDT Print View

Nice poles!

Robert Meurant
(rmeurant) - MLife
Ta. on 09/03/2013 21:25:16 MDT Print View

Thanks Dan.

148gm (5.22oz) each, max. length 135cm (53.15"), 6,800yen (US$68.2731) each, plus shipping.

JD Schaefer
(JDRower) - MLife

Locale: North Carolina
Locus Gear CP3 on 01/16/2014 11:33:56 MST Print View

Used these all last summer and fall. Am taking them tomorrow to do a section of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. I forget I have them, they're so light. They feel far sturdier than than the LT3s. Perception is 90% of the battle. I prefer Pacer Poles for day-hiking but the handles don't work well with my TarpTents, ZPacks tents, 6-Moon Designs . . .

Brian Mix
(Aggro) - MLife

Locale: Western slope, Sierra Nevada
. on 01/16/2014 19:41:00 MST Print View

I've had a browser window open to that page for a few days now. Juuust about to order...