Costco Cascade Mountain Tech trekking poles

snakelk

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Carbon fiber Cascade Mountain Tech trekking poles back in stock at our local Costco, $29.99. Hard to beat for the price. (A person can order them online, but only sold by the pair for $69.99 https://www.costco.com/cascade-moun...rekking-pole---2-pairs.product.100702193.html )

I've been using these for years and usually pick up a set or two for backup and/or gifts. I've broken a few, but due to my own abuse while in rocky terrain and/or snow. They are relatively lightweight (about 16 oz/pair), and durable.

Costco also had a 3-pack of Duracell LED headlamps, with batteries, for $15 in-store. (Or, they can be had online for $21.99 https://www.costco.com/duracell-550-lumen-3-pack-headlamp-.product.100681259.html) For $5 each, with batteries, these are great headlamps.
 

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Time to go to Costco i guess..

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I’ve had mine for 4 years. They’ve held up well but they’re kind of clanky sounding. When you hit a rock or tree root they make a clanking sound that’s pretty noisy and obnoxious.
 

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Used mine 3 years. They are solid for the price. My tarp uses a pole so I bring it along
 

joshdidthis

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Hmmm might have to pick up a pair. Somewhere in Montana there is a single one of these poles😂
 

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I’ve had mine for 4 years. They’ve held up well but they’re kind of clanky sounding. When you hit a rock or tree root they make a clanking sound that’s pretty noisy and obnoxious.
I only use mine when packing meat so my annoyance tolerance is pretty high.
 
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AK Troutbum is correct. Those for $23 on Amazon are the aluminum version. The carbon fiber set on Amazon are $48.
 

take5

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Got mine today from Costco & ordered the aluminum ones for my kids from Amazon.
 

Englishjc

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Carbon fiber Cascade Mountain Tech trekking poles back in stock at our local Costco, $29.99. Hard to beat for the price. (A person can order them online, but only sold by the pair for $69.99 https://www.costco.com/cascade-moun...rekking-pole---2-pairs.product.100702193.html )

I've been using these for years and usually pick up a set or two for backup and/or gifts. I've broken a few, but due to my own abuse while in rocky terrain and/or snow. They are relatively lightweight (about 16 oz/pair), and durable.

Costco also had a 3-pack of Duracell LED headlamps, with batteries, for $15 in-store. (Or, they can be had online for $21.99 https://www.costco.com/duracell-550-lumen-3-pack-headlamp-.product.100681259.html) For $5 each, with batteries, these are great headlamps.
Where are you located I cannot find them at my Costco and the website link you gave is not working
 
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snakelk

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Where are you located I cannot find them at my Costco and the website link you gave is not working
I'm in Oregon. I tried the link and you're correct, it no longer works. Costco must have sold out online.
 

slowelk

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I’ve had mine for 4 years. They’ve held up well but they’re kind of clanky sounding. When you hit a rock or tree root they make a clanking sound that’s pretty noisy and obnoxious.

Have you found a set that doesn't do that? I'm not aware of any.
 
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