Looking for spurs

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  1. bcsportsman

    bcsportsman Member

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    So I believe I want to get a set of spurs. I'm hoping to find a good used pair. But I don't know what used ones cost. Can y'all kill me some ideas on about what I should pay?
     
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    g2outdoors Well-Known Member

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    I had a really hard time finding a quality used set. I searched for awhile. I ended up going with new Aluminum Climb Rights. Good luck!
     
  3. clint6760

    clint6760 Active Member

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    I have a pair of used aluminum climb rites that I might be willing to part with in the future. I might be switching to using a hand climber top. I just got it and haven’t tested it out much so if you ain’t in a big hurry, I might have some.
     
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    huck72412 Well-Known Member

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    Ebay has plenty of spurs that are perfectly fine. If you are trying to go really light then buy aluminum with skimpy pads. Otherwise you're looking for a sharp spur and a straight leg iron with a pad in it.
     
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    I was ready to buy new Climb Rights when MCDM here had a hardly used pair already converted with webbing for a good price.

    I have been looking for a while and they don’t come around that often and for all that much cheaper than new.
     
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    im interested if he isn't..
     
  7. KartShot

    KartShot New Member

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    Guys that have experience with Spurs. Are the ghecko Spurs nice? I can pick up the Gjecko Spurs pictured for $200. Think it's a good setup and price?
     

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    Erniepower Well-Known Member

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    The biggest problem I have with gecko is the Velcro top strap. If you can modify that strap, then you're good to go.

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    Erniepower Well-Known Member

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    Those same spurs are on treebay right now for$300. I'd say you found a good deal

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  10. KartShot

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    Thanks for the insight Ernie.
     
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    I have a set of Kliens I'm selling when I get home. They were new last year and have climbed 5 trees. I just don't have a use for them after I see the tracks they leave. And I also almost always hunt public ground. So they will be on classified when I get home 25th.
     
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    Yeah get rid of the velcro, and camo them up and you're set.

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