Trekology Trekking Pole Review Trekology Trek-Z Collapsible Tri-Fold – Trekology Trek-Z Review

I provide a Trekology trek-z collapsible tri-fold trekking pole review after using them on several hikes. The trekking poles are a Z-Trek collapsible tri-fold trekking pole design that folds down to 15 inches. They weight 11.5ox each (without additional snow basket, mud basket or rubber stopper attachments). These are a great budget trekking pole. The cheap trekking pole designed as the Trekology Trek-Z is perhaps the best budget trekking pole on the market. It is made of 7075 aluminum and is sturdy and strong and very resistance to bending and warping with pressure placed by hiking or tripping while on trail. I’ve done a few trekking poles reviews and these are a top performing trekking pole, especially in the aluminum trekking pole category due to their solid construction, use of cork grip ergonomic handles, eva foam shafts and aluminum fastening clasps. The budget trekking poles are perfect for first time backpackers, people on a budget and even veterans looking to try sometime new.

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