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Tracks Compact Travel Staff


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Blue/Black
One Size
  • Staff is hand-built with high-strength, lightweight anodized aluminum tubing
  • Length adjustable between 48 and 54 inches
  • Collapsible design for compact storage and travel
  • Contoured foam grip with adjustable wrist loop for comfort
  • Designed to reduce stress of walking and increase traction
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Product Description

FEATURES of the Tracks Compact Travel Staff Trekking Pole This shock-corded staff packs small for travel and includes such features as a walnut knob and flex tip with removable foot and basket Compact: Collapses easily with pushbutton length adjustment Secure Grip: Contoured foam with an easy-to adjust wedge-lock wrist strap Photo-Ready: Includes a built-in universal camera mount The SPECS of the Tracks Compact Travel Staff Trekking Pole Weight: 10.5 oz / 300 g Length: 48 - 54" / 122 - 138 cm Stored: 19" / 48 cm This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

Product Details

Color: Blue/Black | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000F9Z7SG
  • Item model number: 5953
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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The product was great and fortunately did arrive ok.
Linda C. Kurz
Also, once the hard wood handle is screwed off, you can screw a camera in its place and the stick makes a good stand for photogrophy purposes.
J. C. Bednar
They fold up small enough to fit into my small roll-on bag and extend to a convenient length for use as a mono-pod for my camcorder.
Bob R

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Bednar on February 19, 2009
Color Name: Blue/BlackSize Name: One Size
This is a great hiking stick. The top hard wood knob has a built in compass, and is good to bash critters/persons that come at you in an aggressive manner. It also has a good wrist band made out of elastic that comes in quite handy. There is also a nice carrying strap. The stick can be extended or collapsed just buy twisting it a few times.

The hiking stick is collapsable and consists of three sections total. An added bonus is that there are "tick marks" measured off in increments along the extended portion of the hiking stick so you can measure the depth of any water obstacles that you come along. However, the measurements are in "metric". Kind of baffling. I just used a conversion scale and scratched the "english" measurement underneath the metric.

The handle screws off to offer a small compartment where you can store some matches or an emergency fishing kit or some sort of small items that may come in handy. The hiking stick comes with a hard plastic "V" that screws on in place of the hard wood handle. This is used for hunters for a rifle rest. Also, once the hard wood handle is screwed off, you can screw a camera in its place and the stick makes a good stand for photogrophy purposes.

About the only thing I can say "bad" about this hiking stick is that the rubber tip for the point of the stick has a tendency to un-screw itself when hiking. After a while it does get kind of aggravating, so one day I just tightened the tip a little too much and stripped out the threads in the collapsable sections and ruined my stick. I bought a second stick and used thread tape to help keep the rubber tip on. Now I have NO problems. I would suggest you do the same if you buy this hiking stick. Another "bad" comment is that this stick is kind of "pricey".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mk TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 20, 2011
Color Name: Blue/BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I wanted a staff to fit in my carry-on since I travel light. Ideally, I wanted lightweight but solid, compact, able to hold and steady camera for great shots, and a good price. This one's a bit pricey, but it meets my other desires.

It pops apart quickly into three pieces held together by a stretch cord inside. The wooden knob removes to fit a camera on a "universal" screw, and there's an elastic strap for holding the unit together when folded which I use as a second wrist strap. It's attached to the actual wrist strap that one can adjust for length. Finally, a solid rubber knob on the point which so far as held up nicely.

Folded up, it measures 17". and easily fits in my carry-on which I believe they allow 22". If one removes the wooden knob, it shrinks to 16 1/2" with the screw protruding- for what that's worth.

The upper segment of the staff has several 1-3/4" adjustments for height from 48"-54". One simply, pushes the adjustment button in and slides the segment up to a chosen opening and height(same method typically seen in crutches).

It's costlier than I wanted to spend. An alternative might be "Stansport Outdoorsman Trekking Pole". I chose this one based on camera mount and solid reviews. So far so good; I have several more aggressive hikes coming up and will update pole's performance. Happy trekking!

Update- still going strong after 2 years. Memorable hike on Moloka'i at Kalaupapa National Park- sure came in handy along that steep Pali(cliff edge)!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bob R on January 30, 2012
Color Name: Blue/BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I just bought a replacement for one of two Tracks that I have had for many years. The internal elastic cord had finally failed. I use them both as walking sticks and as a mono-pod for my camcorder. The only problems I have experienced is that on rare occasions the tip will get caught either in deep mud or in the cracks between boards in a board walk. It can be difficult to work it loose since the stick tends to come apart as the internal elastic cord stretches. Last year I used them on trips to Eastern Europe, Mongolia, and India. They fold up small enough to fit into my small roll-on bag and extend to a convenient length for use as a mono-pod for my camcorder.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 18, 2007
Color Name: Blue/BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I bought this as a birthday gift for my ever ambling father. He lives in out West and wanders all over canyons and rocks and mountainsides.
He wrote me after using it for about a week to tell me how much he loved it and what a great gift it was. He'd even been accosted by another gentleman who wanted to know where it came from because his daughter had been pestering him to "be more careful" while hiking.

He says it is lightweight and easy to work with and learn to depend upon for extra support. He loves it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JJ in North Carolina on April 27, 2011
Color Name: Blue/BlackSize Name: One Size
Bought this before a trip to Ireland. I'm a bit gimpy and the walking stick worked well climbing over rocks and through pastures, as well as strolling down the street. It barely fit in my check through bag since it only has one place to adjust the length down. Removing the top knob shortens it a little extra. Get the camera adapter mount, so when you plant it in the ground with your camera on top, you can level the angle. It's very well made and light, and replacement parts are available. I made the mistake when adjusting the length taller, accidentally pulling the whole thing apart....don't do that! it is tricky to get it back together because of the shock absorber. I don't do a lot of hiking, so I don't know how this would work for the avid trekker.
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