Walking Stick Rubber Tips 16 Pack Hiking Trekking Pole Tips Replacement Caps Ends

August 30, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $9.99Amazon.com Price
(as of 01:53 GMT+0200 - Details)

Specification:
Material: rubber
Internal hole diameter: 10.5-11mm (approx 0.43″)
Outer diameter (upper: 0.70″, bottom:0.88″)
Height: 1.48″
Weight: 15g/unit
Quantity: 16pcs

Feature:
Made of rubber softens the impact from pavement-walking.
It’s convenient to put them in your bag as spare set.

Advice:
Use these rubber caps on the cement, asphalt, artificial brick and stone pavement. Use walking poles ends on the dirt road and mountain-climbing.

Warm tips:
Sometimes the old ferrules are a bit tough and you need to get a pair of pliers on them.

Package include:
16 x walking stick caps

Product Features

  • 16pcs hiking pole rubber tips / ends in black.
  • Internal hole diameter: 10.5-11mm (approx 0.43″), outer diameter (upper:0.70″, bottom:0.9″), height: 1.57″.
  • Rubber head cover is consumable so you should take spare to replacement frequently.
  • Fit for most alpenstocks, walking poles, hiking stick, using on the cement, asphalt, artificial brick and stone pavement.

Comments

Anonymous says:

It’s nice that there are plenty, because,… …although they match the originals perfectly, neither has any positive locking feature to hold them on — it’s just a press fit. Still, the replacement hasn’t fallen off yet, and it’s been more than a month, so maybe this press fit is even better than the original.

Anonymous says:

Came on time but not durable At first, I gave these tips a good review because they fit my shock absorbing walking sticks. But now, I have reduced them to a one star item because they wear out in a week or two with regular use. My doctor says I should use canes all the time, and I do. I had hoped that the cane tips would last at least a month, but they wear through even though there’s a metal washer inside the rubber tip.

Anonymous says:

Not good enough quality for how often I need to use It’s great to be able to replace my tip more often due to the price. However they aren’t made of sturdy quality and just weren’t worth buying. They wear out quicker than the originals. I use mine as walking stick due to spinal surgery that went wrong. I can’t afford to have even a small fall. Now if you were using these tips to replace a stick you use only for winter like to walk in snow then you can’t get a better deal.

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