Includes techniques for using TREKKING POLE, trail running and cleaning by RUNNERCART.

รวมเทคนิคการใช้ TREKKING POLE วิ่งเทรลและการทำความสะอาด โดย RUNNERCART

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Techniques for using Trekking Pole uphill

Shot to Shot Uphill Using Trekking Pole

Techniques for using Trekking Pole downhill

Cleaning the Trekking Pole after racing/after practice. Including how to store

To prevent rust and salt from sticking to the lock button. Stick to the pole joints until the pole sticks and cannot be removed. We must clean after use and store poles properly to prevent these problems.


  • Unlock the pole and separate the pole pieces first.
  • The area at the end of the pole that is planted in the ground can be scrubbed with a brush or sprayed with water.
  • The handle can be brushed with soapy water and a soft brush. To clean dirt and sweat stains Be careful of water flowing into the pollen logs.
  • Use a cloth soaked in soapy water and wrung until damp. Wipe the area of ​​each pollen pole clean. Then wipe with a dry cloth immediately.
  • Pole model with lock pin The first part (with the locking pin) may have water stuck inside. Swipe the pole and then use a dry cloth to wipe off the water droplets until you swipe and there are no water droplets on the pole section.
  • The finished poles are cleaned and allowed to air dry. Dry without connecting poles and avoid direct exposure to the sun.

Storing pole wood after use

  • We will store the poles by folding the poles, not connecting the poles, to prevent the poles from sticking if we do not wipe the joints dry.
  • Keep it in a place that doesn't get direct sunlight.


  • You can use WD40 rust-proof spray on lock buttons and joints. To remove moisture and prevent rust.

Therefore, cleaning and maintenance will help make the pole last longer.

Choosing a Trekking Pole for Beginners

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