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Rubber Ferrule for Trekking Poles



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Product Code: 4067

This rubber ferrule is designed to fit snuggly onto the Classic Canes range of trekking poles. The rubber is tougher than the other ferrules in the range, to withstand the hard use to which ramblers put their trekking poles.

Price: 2.64 (2.20 ex VAT)

(Approx. 2.88 USD US Dollars, 2.46 EUR Euros, 327.71 JPY Japan Yen)

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(Approx. 28.38 USD, 24.22 EUR, 3,227.90 JPY)

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