Original Carbon Fiber Pole Replacement Sections

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Need a replacement section for your original carbon fiber trekking poles? Order here and we'll get one out as soon as possible. 

These replacement sections are specifically for the original version of our carbon fiber trekking poles. So, if you have plastic screws on your poles and are in need of a replacement section, you're in the right place! 

Choose from three separate sections:

  • Top
  • Middle
  • Bottom

*Replacement Knob Sets are not included with the Replacement Section. If you are also in need of a flip lock and knob, make sure to add that piece to your cart. 

Customer Reviews

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Tim Burke
Great customer service

I was near the end of my warranty period and had a need to replace two of the broken pole sections. I made the call to Hiker Hunger, explained the situation, and they sent me proper replacement parts with barely a question asked. Poles returned to like new status. Love these poles! Thanks for the awesome customer service!

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John Foreman
Replacement

Replacing a broken section was easy. The staff at Hiker Hunger were very helpful

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Samuel Lenarsich
Twice broken trekking poles

This is the second time I broke my trekking poles. ( not on them) once I was hiking and it was wet slid and landed sideways on a trekking pole broke center section. Two weeks ago crossing a knee deep creek in the Smokies on a 45 mile three day trek. I wedge one in the rock bed some haw and broke a piece on the lower section. I extended it once across the creek and kept on keeping on.
I have no complaints about hungry hiker carbon poles. They were a gift like five years ago and since have over two hundred miles + on the

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Trav
GREAT Customer Service & solid poles!

I've had another brand of trekking poles for a while and one of the lower sections broke. These poles looked similar so I talked to someone at Hiker Hunger. Not only was the rep super friendly and helpful (despite my poles being from a totally different Co. I couldn't find), but they also took got back with measurements to see if they'd fit, and then followed up. Turned out that the diameter is more like 0.510 inches (and not 0.5), so they didn't fit in my old poles. But I liked how sturdy and well made the sections looked, so I just kept the sections for spares bc I bought a whole new set of carbon fiber poles from Hiker Hunger (^‿^).
The poles are really well built. But it's the little extra bits that go a long way, such as good rugged metal flip locks, strong webbing straps with padding, and raised rings near the carbide points to help keep the rubber rock tips on when using those.
One point of improvement: on the middle section, I'd like to have the adjustment marks every inch instead of every two inches.
Suggestion: It would be nice to have a threaded sleeve without a basket if someone wants to avoid baskets getting hung up on brambles but also wants to protect the basket threads on the poles (yeah, I'm pretty hard on my trekking poles (≧∀≦).
So far, I'm pleased with the build of the sections, enjoying the poles plenty, and SUPER happy with the customer service. A good company I'll be recommending in the future too.

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Brian Fowler
Fourth Replacement

Like the poles, don’t like how easily they break. I have two other hiking poles and they have never broke.