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Salomon Trail Running Packs: 4D Trekking Pole Straps

Salomon Trail Running Packs – 4D Trekking Pole Straps

How to Attach Your Trekking Poles to a Salomon Trail Running Pack

The Salomon Trail Running Packs 4D Trekking Pole Straps took me a bit to figure out how they actually work.  After trial and error I finally figured out how they work.  Here are step-by-step instructions on how to use the Salomon Trail Running Packs 4D Trekking Pole Straps.

Step 1: With your S-Lab Salomon trail running pack on your back, grab from behind and below the pack; the bungee 4D strap.  The  4D strap has a clasp at the end that you can cinch to create a small loop.  Insert the tips of your trekking poles into the loop.

 

Step 1 - Insert tips of both trekking poles into the loop.

Step 1 – Insert tips of both trekking poles into the loop.

Step 2: Making sure that the tips of your trekking poles stay in the loop, swing the poles behind your back.

Step 2 - Swing your trekking poles behind your back.

Step 2 – Swing your trekking poles behind your back.

Step 3: With the trekking poles now over your right shoulder, grab the 4D strap on the front of your Salomon trail running pack.

Step 3 - Trekking poles over right shoulder, grab the 4D strap.

Step 3 – Trekking poles over right shoulder, grab the 4D strap.

Step 4: Wrap the 4D cord around your trekking poles.  I wrap the 4D cord around my poles twice.

Step 4 - Wrap the 4D cord around your trekking poles.

Step 4 – Wrap the 4D cord around your trekking poles.

Step 5: Attach the hook of the 4D cord to your Salomon trail running pack.

Step 5 - Attache the cord to your Salomon trail running pack.

Step 5 – Attache the cord to your Salomon trail running pack.

Step 6: You are now ready to go running with your trekking poles attached to your Salomon trail running pack.

Step 6 - Rear view with trekking poles attached to a Salomon trail running pack.

Step 6 – Rear view with trekking poles attached to a Salomon trail running pack.

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