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Eurohike Expedition Anti Shock Pole £3.99 @ Millets

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Eurohike
Expedition Anti Shock Pole
Product code 111176
Eurohike
£3.99
was £19.99 / was £15.99 / save £16.00
Trekking and comfort shouldn't be poles apart - and they won't be if you invest in this Expedition Anti Shock Pole
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#1
in store as well?....otherwise PnP is more than the price of the pole...@ £4.95

Edited By: torby on Jan 28, 2011 19:25
#2
Excellent!
#3
Any free delivery codes?
#4
free delivery

Free delivery, (maybe)
Code: WWXX
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Can get the 10% one working but not the free del :-(
WORKING 29 DEC 2010
also
10% Discount


Code: vS5uzc
Expires: 04 Feb 2011

10% off all orders online (maybe)
Topcash 6% or so



Edited By: moorjock on Jan 28, 2011 21:15
#5
If this is to be in store, it's likely to start Monday. I haven't seen the list of offers yet, but I will try and find out tomorrow.
#6
It's £19.99 @ Watford Millets.
#7
can get a pair in sports direct for £6 but these appear to be better quality
#8
Thank you. Been looking for one of these for my mother to use when she's out walking the dog across the fields.

I've gone for the postage costs as it's cheaper that driving to my nearest store.
banned#9
Can't see the point- if you need a walking stick then you shouldn't be hiking or trekking or whatever the trendy expression for a good brisk walk is. If you're fit and healthy, no requirement. Or is it more likely just a fashion item "look at me, I'm a serious trekker"?

Can you attach those little badges to show everybody all the places you've been to?
#10
very hot
#11
zekespah
Can't see the point- if you need a walking stick then you shouldn't be hiking or trekking or whatever the trendy expression for a good brisk walk is. If you're fit and healthy, no requirement. Or is it more likely just a fashion item "look at me, I'm a serious trekker"?Can you attach those little badges to show everybody all the places you've been to?

On the face of it, a good question. Trekking / hiking isn't necessarily like walking along a tow path or even bridle way and can take a toll on your knees, esp if you're carrying a rucksack. Using these takes a lot of the stress off of your knees and will keep you moving for a longer hike. I'm sure like most sports / activities there are people who buy equipment for the sake of it - 'All the gear, no idea', but at four quid for a pole, whether properly used or not, this is a bargain.
1 Like #12
zekespah
Can't see the point- if you need a walking stick then you shouldn't be hiking or trekking or whatever the trendy expression for a good brisk walk is. If you're fit and healthy, no requirement. Or is it more likely just a fashion item "look at me, I'm a serious trekker"?Can you attach those little badges to show everybody all the places you've been to?

Have you ever walked 25 miles + in the fells or mountains ? These are a godsend whatever your level of fitness. Especially those last few miles.
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banned#14
R0gu3Tr4d3r
Have you ever walked 25 miles + in the fells or mountains ? These are a godsend whatever your level of fitness. Especially those last few miles.

Many times, never felt the need for a crutch (well, not till I got back to the room, anyway). Happy to rest for a couple of minutes on a convenient rock or something then press on.
1 Like #15
When you have been carrying a weeks worth of food / equipment / clothing across the pyrennees for up to 9 hours a day you will know how necesary these are no matter how fit you are.
They say up to 20% of the load weight is transferred to your arms rather than your knees
Wouldn''t walk with any load without them , besides if you dont need them they only weigh abut 500g so can be strapped to rucksack or at this price be binned.
1 Like #16
zekespah
Can't see the point- if you need a walking stick then you shouldn't be hiking or trekking or whatever the trendy expression for a good brisk walk is. If you're fit and healthy, no requirement. Or is it more likely just a fashion item "look at me, I'm a serious trekker"?Can you attach those little badges to show everybody all the places you've been to?

My knees are not what they used to be and sticks do reduce impact particularly on the down hill. Also good aid for stabilty on slippery terrain. Did the three peaks last year and sticks were great assistance. Good price voted hot.
banned#17
desdan
When you have been carrying a weeks worth of food / equipment / clothing across the pyrennees for up to 9 hours a day you will know how necesary these are no matter how fit you are.They say up to 20% of the load weight is transferred to your arms rather than your kneesWouldn''t walk with any load without them , besides if you dont need them they only weigh abut 500g so can be strapped to rucksack or at this price be binned.

You don't need sticks, you need:
http://www.meningitis.org/assets/x/51656
#18
bargain pete
zekespah
Can't see the point- if you need a walking stick then you shouldn't be hiking or trekking or whatever the trendy expression for a good brisk walk is. If you're fit and healthy, no requirement. Or is it more likely just a fashion item "look at me, I'm a serious trekker"?Can you attach those little badges to show everybody all the places you've been to?


My knees are not what they used to be and sticks do reduce impact particularly on the down hill. Also good aid for stabilty on slippery terrain. Did the three peaks last year and sticks were great assistance. Good price voted hot.


I did the driving on the three peaks for my mates last year and even the most stick resistant of them loved them by the end of it.

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