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EDIT: FR Leki Diva Antishock Trekking Poles Jo Ann Moffi

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  • mwood_bgt@markandkc.net
    Jo Ann, Here are your official edits for the Leki Diva Antishock Trekkign Poles Field Report. Nice report -- one small edit! Upload when ready and don t forget
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 1, 2008
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      Jo Ann,

      Here are your official edits for the Leki Diva Antishock Trekkign Poles
      Field Report.

      Nice report -- one small edit!

      Upload when ready and don't forget to delete the file from the test area!

      Mark

      --------> Begin Edits

      > My favourite things about these poles are the comfort strap and the
      > grip. I have the strap adjusted so that it rests just at the edge of
      > my hand at my wrist. The padding does not cause any friction or rub
      > spots as I have encountered in the past with ski poles. The grip is
      > firm but soft on my hands. This was very welcome on a hike when I had
      > blisters between my thumb and first finger from doing yard work. The
      > texture of the grip did not irritate those spots at all even though
      > the grip was in constant contact with the blisters while hiking.

      EDIT> "favourite" should be "favorite" (or is this regional?)
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