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Where to buy a staff in SJPdP?


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April 2023
I plan to buy a staff in SJPP. Does anyone know a a good outlet tat will be open in the evening.. 8-9pm … if not a time they open early morning 🥰
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Here are 2 possibilities.
You might telephone and ask directly.

Below is the Boutique du Pelerin web which shows their address and number.

Another place to check is
18 Avenue du Jai Alai, 64220 Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port
05 59 37 15 98
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Very light, comfortable and compressible poncho. Specially designed for protection against water for any activity.

Our Atmospheric H30 poncho offers lightness and waterproofness. Easily compressible and made with our Waterproof fabric, its heat-sealed interior seams guarantee its waterproofness. Includes carrying bag.

I'm not sure about hiking staffs, but I agree with the suggestion for The Boutique du Pèlerin. A small shop with a great selection of Camino specific items.
A Google search of their name should give you their web-page.
They are my 'go-to' place for the hiking poles & pocket knife that won't clear carry-on regulations at airport security.

Very friendly people. (All of the folks at Boutique du Pèlerin and about 98% of the airport security staff that I've met) : )
I think the Pilgrims' Shop (Pèlerin) opening hours are 7am - 7.30pm.
€2,-/day will present your project to thousands of visitors each day. All interested in the Camino de Santiago.
B9D74A67-7DF5-4939-8D77-EDE3B1890C59.jpeg A picture of poles from the pilgrim shop, prices range from 11 euro for one to 100+ euros for fancy Leki ones. I found that the decathlon ones are the same price and quality at the low end so no need to buy ahead if you’re in a rush.

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