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Gecko Replacement European Tree Gaffs 2.125in

Gecko Replacement European Tree Gaffs 2.125in
Item #: 30297
$119.95
Euro Style tips -2 1/8in Long, spur area

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Replacement Gaffs Gecko®, Euro Style Tree, with Flat Ends, 2 1/8" long, Pair
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Weight 0.51 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Gecko
UPC Code 4260612170232
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Good for hard wood maybe Review by Hayes
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Sorry I hate to do a neggative review on these but for tree gaffs these are horrible there supposed to be longer than 2 in but were far shorter than my 2in notch pole gaffs are they good to be used as pole gaffs on your hard wood idk and wouldn't know because I bought these for tree gaffs for thick barked trees so the first climb and major fell I called customer service and he even had me send a pic because I was suspicious that they were shorter than 2in. And even to my surprise I couldn't believe how much shorter they were they need to be advertised aa pole gaffs unless in Europe they dont know what thick bark is and but with that said excellent customer service they made it right just dont think these things should be advertised as tree gaffs (Posted on 10/7/2019)
Fan of Klein gaffs, but love your geckos? Here is the spur for you Review by The Tree MD
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I climbed on Klein spurs for years. Always loved the shaped and how they dug into trees vs Buckingham shaped and style. When I bought geckos, I fell in love with the spurs, but not the gaffe themselves. Switched from longs to pole gaffs and finally to euro style. If your a fan of Klein's style. The euros will have you in love. (Posted on 3/27/2018)
Awesome! Review by Aaron marbut
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I prefer shorter gaffs when it comes to climbing and I've been looking at these for a while and finally bought them. I love the way they feel and I will never go back. (Posted on 10/21/2014)