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#23410 - 04/29/12 08:45 PM Gear Help
RenoFrank Offline

Registered: 08/06/11
Posts: 428
Loc: Reno, NV
What's a good way to fasten my collapsible treking poles to my back pack.I'll be at Zion this week and at Half Dome in September.

#23412 - 04/29/12 09:38 PM Re: Gear Help [Re: RenoFrank]
KevinR Offline

Registered: 11/03/09
Posts: 591
Loc: Manchester, NH
If your pack has small pockets on either side near the waistband, put them upside down (handles first). Then, if you have cinch straps up higher, lengthen them so that they can wrap around the poles at least once.

Otherwise - use small bungies. Attach them upside down, making sure a bungie passes thru the straps to prevent them from slipping too far down.

#23414 - 04/29/12 10:54 PM Re: Gear Help [Re: RenoFrank]
GandC Offline

Registered: 03/21/11
Posts: 251
Loc: SoCal
NiteIze is now making different sized rubberized twist ties that work for fastening things to packs pretty darn well.

Nite Ize Twist Tie Gear Fasteners

My best recommendation, however, would be to buy yourself a good Osprey pack, and it will have a trekking pole fastening system already intact.
One day I'd like to hike the entire John Muir Trail and not leave a single footprint. -Randy Morgenson

#23454 - 04/30/12 09:37 PM Re: Gear Help [Re: GandC]
RenoFrank Offline

Registered: 08/06/11
Posts: 428
Loc: Reno, NV
I found some nice little velcro ties at Walmart