2017 China New Design Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe

2017 China New Design
 Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe

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With more than 11 years rich manufacture experience.
High quality,available price and superior service can be provided by us.
Our excellent design team can meet your different package requirement.

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1.ADJUSTABLE: 65-135cm

2.DIMETER: 18-16-14mm, 3 Section adjustable

3.SHAFT MATERIAL: aluminum alloy 6061 or 7075,or

carbon/fiberglass

4.GRIP MATERIAL: TPR or PP

5.STRAP: seamless wear-resistant strap

6.TIP MATERIAL: tungsten steel or carbon steel

PACKING DETAIL包装

1.PRODUCT PACKING: PE bag/color box/carry

bag/cardboard/blister

2.G.W./N.W.: 15.6/14.6KGS

3.QTY: 12PR/CTN

4.CARTON SIZE: 69*23.5*15.5 cm

OUR SERVICER实际使用照片

1.PAYMENT:30% T/T deposite upon confirmed PI, 70% T/T

upon faxed B/L

2.DELIVERY:2000pr for 30 days,according to the quantities

3.TRANSPORTATION:By sea/air

4.PORT OF LOADING: Ningbo

5.SAMPLE: available, In general,for 7 days upon bank slip

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2017 China New Design
 Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe detail pictures

2017 China New Design
 Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe detail pictures

2017 China New Design
 Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe detail pictures

2017 China New Design
 Skiing poles KLIS-KS11 Wholesale to Zimbabwe detail pictures


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With more than 11 years rich manufacture experience.
High quality,available price and superior service can be provided by us.
Our excellent design team can meet your different package requirement.



  • ce bâton est très pratique pour les randonnées comme le prouve cette vidéo



    First to wake up and break camp, I said goodbye to my new friends and headed out. The foggy landscape looked like a scene out of ‘Lord of the Rings.’ My trail beard had turned silver-grey and bushy, but kept me warm like a bear’s fluffy winter coat. *Click ‘SHOW MORE’ below for more notes about this video…

    Steep inclines and declines slowing my mile average down, I worried about making it to Katahdin before they closed for the season. I was looking forward to the end of the trip, but wanted to soak in as much of the AT experience as I could. The intersection where the AT and LT splits was confusing and had signs pointing in all directions. One even tried to convince us that the obvious footpath behind it was, “Not a Trail.”

    (1:08) Zachery Green of Boy Scout Troop 100 walked by this way and lost his military style dog tags. (Zach, if you read this, let me know and I’ll send them back to you.) The Inn at Long Trail was just up the road from here and have hosted hikers since 1938. http://innatlongtrail.com.

    (1:04) Gifford Woods State Park. There is a pay shower in the RV camping area restrooms. 50¢ buys 5 minutes/$1.25 gets you 12 ½. I put in lots of quarters, but the water never got hot all the way. This was the only time I paid to camp in the woods. Eight bucks. Money was getting tight again and I didn’t want to spring for a hotel. This was a safe place to leave my gear while I explored Rutland.

    (1:26) The bus stops at a large convenience store and only costs 50¢ for the one way trip. I met a section hiker from Italy that had gotten sick with the flu and was headed for the bus terminal, then home. http://thebus.com/.

    (1:33) The Rutland “Free” Library operates on odd hours and hikers had to register for a legit library card. Also, there is only a 30 minute time limit to use their computers. That’s just not enough time to get everything done. Plus, a teenage boy sitting next to me had a learning disability, but would not stop showing me pics of girls on his Facebook. He kept asking: “Do you think she would go out with me?” I tried to be patient, but found it impossible to concentrate on what I was doing.

    (1:39) Rutland is double the size of most trail towns. This long beard, shaggy street performer playing a black acoustic guitar on a street corner would not take my dollar bill. Laughing, he said, “Man, I don’t play for the money!”

    (1:49) The Yellow Deli is run by the 12 Tribes religious cult/hippy commune style spiritual community. They also own the shop next door: ‘Simon and Tanner – Your family outfitter.’ This is where I found Radio cleaning windows while doing work for stay as his buddy Masshole joked “You missed a spot!” http://twelvetribes.com/deli/yellow-deli-rutland/.

    (1:58) Daffy and his cute girl joined us (sorry I don’t recall her name) and we all caught a bus back to the base of Killington Mountain. The driver was cool and took turns taking pics of us. Another favorite picture of mine.

    (2:08) The Pro Shop at Killington K-1 Ski area offers free gondola rides for thru-hikers! “Maximum capacity – 1400 pounds/or 8 people.” We joked that Radio’s pack would put us over the limit. The gondolas never really stopped all the way and it was a little tricky getting all three of us in and situated while carrying our backpacks.

    Radio’s pack was ginormous plus he had random things tied to the outside: pair of crocs, a big blue foam sleeping pad, and trekking poles sticking out the top. He had a one liter Coke in one pocket and a full bag of Chex Mix in the other! On the way up he broke out a adult beverage to celebrate the ride. Not for folks afraid of heights, it got bouncy when swinging over the towers.

    (3:24) Radio standing scratching his beard and puzzling over a large sign while trying to decipher a cluster of maps to find the correct blue blaze trail that would lead him back to the AT. He already beaten Lyme disease, but also found out he had a vitamin B deficiency that was making him feel weak, but was doing much better now. I had already done this section and said bye to Radio and Masshole then rode back to town and enjoyed an awesome AYCE China Buffet.

    Back at the bus station, I learned the hard way that AWOL had printed a fatal error in its guidebook and I was shocked to find that the last bus back up the mountain stopped running at 6 pm – not 7 as listed. My warm hammock was waiting 14 uphill miles away and it was getting dark. I refused to hitch after nearly being kidnaped the last time and asked a Texaco attendant if there was a taxi service in town. He made a call and after waiting 30 minutes a plain grey minivan pulls up, no taxi sign or nothing. The gruff lady then charged me $80 for the 10 minute ride! I could have stayed in a nice hotel for that, then took the bus home in the morning for 50¢. I was disgusted with myself for the mistake and my carelessness with money. This episode ruined an otherwise fun nero day.

    We are a small company that has just started, but we get the company leader's attention and gave us a lot of help. Hope we can make progress together!















    5 Stars By Mark 2015-12-10 16:18
    The accounts manager made a detailed introduction about the product, so that we have a comprehensive understanding of the product, and ultimately we decided to cooperate.

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