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Does REI crackdown on serial returners?

Like any true PNWer, I love REI but Im afraid I might be building a negative reputation for myself when it comes to the return policy for high-ticket items .... In the past six months Ive purchased a Salsa bike (~$990 w/tax) and an Oru kayak (~$1700 w/ tax) but ended up returning both, the bike after a couple weeks because it was too heavy/ slow to be my commuter and the kayak within a couple months because some straps were breaking and the build quality wasnt worth the price (fyi to anyone ...


Question About Portable Chargers for Tent Camping

Hi everyone! I'm new to this whole reddit thing so please bear with me here. :) I plan to to camping this year, but there's a huge snag in my plan which is this: as I am going tent camping which means I won't have electricity. So how am I to keep my camera charged to take photos of my journey (And ideally, keep my phone charged too just in case). I've heard that some of the more afforable options don't work really well which is a bummer because I'm on a shoestring budget ...


Need Help Picking a Backpack

So I need a backpack. I am specifically looking for something that can be taken on the trail but also from hostel to hostel while traveling. Therefore, after fit/comfort, the most important thing to me are the two features of U- or J-zippered front loading panel and removable daypack. I think that a lighter pack/smaller liter is better but not mandatory. I would prioritize pockets and features over a super light pack. Price is always important, but less relevant because I have some REI coupons. ...


Any thoughts on the Marmot Wend?

I was looking through sales on rain jackets and came across the Marmot Wend and had not seen really anything about it on this sub. Does anyone have any experience with it I am looking for a good outer rain layer for both warm and cold climates. Here is the jacket for reference: https://www.marmot.com/wend-jacket-889169315060.html submitted by /u/Matt277 [link] [comments]...


Recommended boot inserts for added comfort.

I'm trying to break in a pair of Oboz, which I find pretty hard on my feet, and I'm going to have to add an insert before my next hike. I'm looking for boot insert recommendations and thoughts on memory foam. Thanks! submitted by /u/Summitjunky [link] [comments]...


MRW The REI sale catalogue came in the mail today

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Line Grip Stick Ski Poles - 8900ligrstgrn16zz-line-ski-poles by Line

Item description: This Hiking Ski Poles product is by Line - Grip it! Stick it! Grip Stick it! This all-new ski pole is designed for those who prefer a more contoured look & feel. With a lightweight and durable construction, the Grip Stick ski poles are perfect for freeride skiing. ALL NEW Contoured Snake Grip!™ - Traditional Gripping and Grabbing – Perfect for hands with five fingers or less! Strong! - Constructed from 6061 Series Aluminum Sit It and Forget It!™ - Adjustable velcro 25mm strap. Keep it tight! 2 SCREWOFF!™ BASKETS - Versatile 60mm & 90mm baskets available for on-hill, out-of-bounds and out-of-mind skiing! Pointy! - Line''s Pointy Sticks with Grips stab watermelons with precision 200G - Lightweight but packed full of awesomeness (100 cm/40" length Weight: 200g/stick (100 cm/40" length... Learn More

Manufacturer: Line

Keywords: Ski Poles

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Category: Ski Poles

$41.95

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