Kelty Range 2.0 Trekking Pole Review

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Published on June 30, 2016

The Kelty Range 2.0 trekking poles are of great quality and price. I spent a week with a set of these on the trail and they worked great! They are reliable, simple to use, and really gave me a lot of bang for my buck in terms of quality.

For more on these trekking poles, head on over to: http://amzn.to/1s19B45

You can also read up about them on Kelty’s site: http://www.kelty.com/p-820-range-20.aspx

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  1. youre showing incorrect use of the straps.

  2. do you think these are better than the Black Diamond Trail Back poles? Is the flick lock or twist lock mechanism better?

  3. shcmoly

    Where I day hike, trekking poles are cumbersome because I am occasionally climbing boulders, but out on a long trail, especially if it rocky and your pack is heavy they are mandatory!

  4. Thanks for the video. I really enjoy watching your stuff. One note though. The correct way to use the straps on poles is to go up through the strap and grab the handle, not down through the strap the way you show. You get much better control going up through the strap. Also, if you fall with your hands down through the straps as you have them now the poles will not release from your hands as easily which could cause injury. When you go up through the straps and you fall your hands slip right out as you fall so there is much less chance of getting tangled up in the poles.

  5. Just got done using mine.yes they really helped..n my Adadis Terrex Swift R GTX. Heapl even more I highly recommend that shoe.if you do order a pair.I suggest ording directly from Adidas.many fakes out there.n when you get them. Put paper towels in both shoes.put them in water up to the edge of the Gortex.weight em down.pull em out after 3 hours.if any leaks send them back.the sizes run a little bit big.so get a half size smaller.. good video.

  6. Thanks for the review. I need trekking poles and now I have added these to my list for possible purchase. Thanks for getting into the details. 

  7. Great review!  I use the same poles and have been loving them!

  8. Is the audio faulty or is the problem on my end?

  9. Great Video, Ty for sharing, I have been thinking about getting a set of poles, and appreciate your review

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