REI”s ongoing video series with tips and tricks for maintaining our gear has provided a lot of useful information over the past few weeks, but today’s clip may be one of the most useful of all. It helps walk us through the process of replacing a shock cord in a tent pole, which can become frayed or broken over time. Rather than just going out to replace the poles themselves – or worse yet the entire tent – perhaps his video can help get you up and running again.
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