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Camino

Made of a robust alloy 7075 material, the Camino walking pole will see you through the toughest treks. The QuickLock enclosure reduces the pole down to a portable 67cm when not in use, while the anti-shock foam handle helps to reduce stress on your legs, knees ankles and feet throughout your journey. More >>

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  • Shock absorbing system in the handle
  • Strong, lightweight alloy construction
  • Tungsten Tip - Good Grip
  • Quick Lock mechanism ensures fast, easy locking of the poles
  • Comfortable foam handle with microfibre lined strap
  • Extendable length: 67cm - 135cm
 
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Weight0.28kg

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Camino
Made of a robust alloy 7075 material, the Camino walking pole will see you through the toughest treks. The QuickLock enclosure reduces the pole down to a portable 67cm when not in use, while the anti-shock foam handle helps to reduce stress on your legs, knees ankles and feet throughout your journey. More >>

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24-03-2016
Outdoor Enthusiast Review

The Camino is the only entry level pole tested here and at £30 (per pair), is superb value for money and perfect for those on a budget, or those that aren't convinced that poles are for them. The low price doesn't mean low quality though and it's a great pole - tough, easy to adjust, and good to walk with. It's one of two poles tested with an anti-shock system, and I wasn't that keen on this - the travel is quite significant and it feels soft and bouncy. Others may like it though, it's down to personal preference. Adjustment is easy - 2 flick locks that are easily adjusted to get right - they aren't as effortless as some, but they work well. At 67cm when compacted, they aren't going in a pack easily, but they do have tip protectors so are less lethal than some. The grip is EVA, and nicely shaped, and the webbing straps are functional and comfortable, with a soft fleece lining over the back of the hand. These are a little fiddlier than some to adjust but secure once done. It's impossible to review longevity in a test like this, but there's no reason to believe that the Caminos won't go the distance just because of the price tag.

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