Concord Urban Explorer Walking Stick with Telescoping Shaft - 78200

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CON78200: Urban Explorer

At the foothills of the Dolomites sits the factory that manufactures the Concord Explorer Trekking Poles. Made from 7075 tempered aluminum, these poles are strong and light. A simple turn of the wrist telescopes the pole to the desired length, not only improving performance but increasing safety across a variety of terrain--notably ascents and descents. The Urban Explore is used for in-town explorations and the Wilderness Explorer when inspiration takes one off the beaten path.

  • 7075 Tempered Aluminum
  • Telescoping shaft from 53" to a packable 25"
  • Wrist cord
  • Materials withstand temperatures to -50°C
  • Interchangeable tip system includes snow basket, rubber tip, and alpine spike
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Portland, ME
Aug 31, 2014
Pros: None
Cons: Durability
Arrived broken
Ordered this for my father-in-law. Arrived promptly with free shipping (thanks). However, the tubing of the upper extension piece has a 3" crack from the top down. It seemed like a decent design, but it also seemed tough to twist the extension nuts and the whole works seemed to gaul when I pulled on it. I probably would not have found that the cane was broken on the inside, were it not so tough to change the length. The cane came apart when I loosened the nut, pulled on the lower tube. This caused the whole works to come apart, exposing that the middle tube was cracked. Not sure if this was used / returned and re-sent to me, or if it was broken at manufacturer... pretty good design, but I am sure this could happen again...
5 out of 5
Tehachapi, Ca
May 06, 2014
Pros: Durability, Finish, Overall Quality, Materials
Cons: None
Made by Masters in Italy
This appears to be exact same build and quality of an Italian Masters cane I've had for years. 7075 Aluminum alloy ( the best) good locking system. Best shaped handle I've found. A few ounces heavier then my 2 section version, but still very light. Masters builds many good ski poles and trekking poles. Why now the Concord name, I cannot find out yet? A solid stick @ $60, $ 19 fantastic.. One has to learn how the sections tighten, if you do it backwards you will be frustrated, read the directions..
4 out of 5
Reading, PA
Apr 09, 2014
Pros: Materials, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: Durability, None
Lightweight cane for the money
I picked up this cane after my heart attack/stroke because I kept losing or leaving the others around. The cane is very strong & rigid for its lightweight & is my go-to cane on most occasions. Once adjusted properly it doesn't slip & the basket/snow spike has come to my aid a few times though I wish they could be stored on the cane itself. I'm not a big man (200 lbs.) but it helps me feel secure.
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