Trekking Pole Cup
Need a lift? These fabric cups make it easy to prop up the head or foot of your shelter for more space. You can use a trekking pole with the handle up (out of the mud), or a tent pole, or a stick. The cup catches your pole handle, or tent pole tip securely and without any hassle.
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Very handy and lite
If you own a Duplex ( you should) you know that this gadget plus the 32” tent pole x2 is just something you need. It’s such a simple way to guy line the tent away from your nose and toes. Yes, I’ve lashed a 24” stick to do the same thing. But these things weigh nothing and get the job done. Just buy ‘me. Dave.
Haven't yet use it but just by looking at it the cup should work as advertised.
I didn't notice that this comes with lineloc 3. The 1.2 mm Z-line cordage I use slips through it. I need the smaller lineloc V, but that is not currently an option. It would be great if Zpacks could offer it with lineloc V. Other than that it performs as expected.
Easy to use and works great at expanding the head room in the Triplex Tent. I used one cup for each side of the tent, and then tied both pullouts per side to the one cup, using one piece of a very lightweight cord going from one pullout, through the trekking pole cup loop with an extra wrap for some friction, and then on to the second pullout.I tied the cord to the pullouts at the Lineloc3 where the webbing was attached so as not to interfere with the LineLoc3 operation in case I ever want to use it with the standard 2mm dyneema cord. A 2mm dyneema cord then goes through the cup’s Lineloc3 to a stake for tensioning. I also bought the 18” carbon fiber poles to use with the cups which works well, but the cup also worked well with a 1/2” diameter stick I picked up which I broke to an 18” length. I will leave the cups permanently attached to the tent. I can still use it without the poles and just run the cup straight to a stake, although it won’t add much head room without a pole.