M Titanium Goat Take Down Goat Pole REVIEW
by Don Wilson
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Titanium Goat's Take Down Goat poles have the simplicity of a fixed-length design, with one useful extra feature; the ability to break the poles down into two pieces for easy storage or transport. The strong shafts and four ounce weight are attractive parameters, but the grip design suffers from an easily corrected flaw. With one simple improvement, these poles will take their place among the leading ultralight poles. Will Reitveld completed a review of the standard Titanium Goat Poles (without the take down feature), so take a look at his review to get the perspective of another reviewer.
- What’s Good
- What’s Not So Good
- Specifications: Year/Model, Style, Shaft Material, Tips, Grips, Grip Size, Weight per pole (w/o baskets) - Measured weight 4.0 oz , Pole Lengths Available, Baskets Included? - Yes, Basket Type, MSRP
- What’s Unique
- Recommendations for Improvement
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