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LEKI Sierra SAS Walking Staff

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  • Wood knob / foam grip / camera mount: comfortable foam grip; wooden knob unscrews to expose standard
  • Super lock system (sls): the strongest pole locking system available as tested by tuv; secure adjustment hold with the least amount of torque
  • Soft antishock system (sas): internal suspension system cushions the impact of each pole plant for comfort
  • Carbide flextips: concave, cylindrical tips offer secure hold on all terrain and surfaces
  • Rubber tip attachment: easily attaches / removes from carbide flextip
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Versatile single staff for carrying lighter loads or walking on more gentle terrain. Wooden knob unscrews to expose built in mono-pod camera mount!! 3-section, 7075 Series heat-treated Aluminum shaft adjusts from 69-145cm (27"-57"). Super Lock System allows the pole length to be adjusted with the least amount of torque (hand strength) and offers the most secure "hold" of any other pole locking system. The carbide flextips are replaceable and offer the most secure hold on any terrain and surface. Includes rubber tip attachment for use indoors and on pavement (rubber tips removes easily as carbide tip should be exposed for trail use). Color: Forrest Green/Gold. Pack Length: 27". Weight: 10.5 oz. each. Import.Interchangeable Basket System: baskets easily thread on and off; different size basket options allow poles to be customized for all seasons, all activities (trekking, snowshoe, backcountry touring, etc..Baskets are optional and are NOT included..

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  • ASIN: B00IJ0SR58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
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Very light, small and sturdy, it can support most cameras and camcorders.
Amazon Customer
Once you unscrew the wooden finial top, you can mount your camera or even take off the strap.
B. Young
Indeed, this pole works as well for me as it does for my wife and daughter.
M. Ross

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By M. Ross VINE VOICE on June 22, 2011
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The soul is willing, but the knees just aren't what they used to be. I can still put in serious miles on the trail and hiking up inclines are not a problem. Coming down steep inclines after a long day of hiking, crossing fast-moving streams, and rock-hopping, however, have become a tad more dicey - especially when fatigue has set in. Enter the Leki Sierra SAS Trekking Pole. This pole has really come in handy on a few occasions when I have lost my footing and would otherwise have landed either in the drink or in a heap on the trail; not just embarrassing, that, but also potentially dangerous if an injury results far from home.

This particular pole comes singly and not in a pair. It is topped with an attractive, round wooden knob that, when unscrewed, reveals a stud that is designed to hold most still cameras and video cameras with a standard tripod mount. If you are inclined to take pictures or videos while on the trail, this can be mighty handy, either allowing you to steady the camera or to rest the pole-attached camera against a tree or boulder as it films.

With the wooden cap on, it makes a nice walking stick just using the wooden knob. Below that is a more standard, contoured hand grip made of firm foam rubber. It also has a strap for your wrist if you want to use it like that. The three section pole locks into place using a screw-lock system that is rated for over 300 lbs. of holding force. I prefer this system of locking to snap-lock-style poles as I find they allow more adjust-ability for height. Indeed, this pole works as well for me as it does for my wife and daughter. Some twist lock poles have had issues with holding, but this pole's system is robust: Once adjusted and locked, it holds fast. Period.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Seth Ritter on April 16, 2010
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I've always enjoyed trail hiking and having to carry something seemed like an added burden. Last summer, my family and I trekked on the lava fields of Arenal in Costa Rica and there was a pile of walking sticks at the trailhead. We all though " What the heck, why not." Whew, they were life savers... literally. The terrain was covered and uncertain and we immediately discovered the safety benefits of a "3rd leg". So for Christmas, Amazon as usual, had great choices. I got the warm & fuzzy about this LEKI Sierra SAS and ordered 2. They are fantastic. Lightweight and very comfy on the grip. I love the twist lock height adjustments; very quick and precise. Quite sturdy and reassuring on unstable surfaces. It has already saved my butt from some serious tumbles. The wooden hand knob (feels great when needed) unscrews and the LEKI really works well as a camera monopod. Overall, well made, good value for the money and Yea!! it's not made in China.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tuli Reno on June 26, 2011
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I'm an old lady who likes to walk, mostly in urban environments. I have tripped and fallen plenty,but recently I hurt myself a couple of times pretty badly when I discovered the broken sidewalk in front of a theatre in Chicago and a pothole at an Air Force base in SoCal.

I used to carry a hiking stick to ward off stray dogs, coyotes and the occasional killer rabbit, but they were the two for $20 cheapo things from the local sporting goods store. They broke. I stopped buying them.

The last time I fell I jammed my elbow and the doctors thought I might have an elbow fracture and/or an occult fracture. Thankfully nothing is broken but the arm still hurts a lot. I was using a cane for a short while to assist me in keeping my balance. But pushing off on the cane hurt the arm. A walking stick doesn't do that. By utilizing the strap and having the stick at the right height, you won't jam those bones into an elbow or shoulder socket.

So, I decided to spend a little more money and get a nice walking stick. I also purchased a rubber, boot-shaped, tip for the stick which I like very much. The only thing I don't like about the stick is the noise it makes when you put the tip into the ground. I think it's the anti-shock mechanism rattling around inside. I can live with it. So I am out and about again, giving the killer rabbits and their cronies the squirrel assasins what for with my new stick.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By ss on September 25, 2011
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Like many others, I bought this not for hiking and trekking but for use as a medical tool for support and stability while walking. My legs are weak and fatigue easily. This pole meets several needs. It is a "civilian" version of trekking poles and that makes it more appropriate for my use. The grip is not a professional sports grip but a handle that can be used in many situations, such as getting in and out of a car. The spring loaded tip is rated as being softer than many poles and I find that is better at providing shock relief for my shoulders than a heavy spring would be. The pole's generally straight shape makes it look more like a walking assistance tool and it gets less visibly puzzled reactions. If you are dressed up a bit snazzy and use the stick as a waist high walking stick, it can come across very stylish, an amazing reaction to get for someone who is not used to being in style. Normally I use the stick extended more than some would, to accomodate my needs for balance and support. Adjustment to individual symptoms is one of the key reasons to use a pole like this and the locking mechanism supports my adjustment and readjustment needs quite well. All this is on top of other reasons that a stick like this is much more useful and comfortable than the standard cane or crutches given to disabled people. I have often spoken to doctors about recommending this kind of pole, and this specific model, for people with moderate walking difficulties like myself.

This is a replacement order. I had one for 7 years and finally lost it by leaving it behind at a public function. :- I shopped and researched and ended up independently choosing the exact same model again, this one. It was amazing how much my hand and legs had missed the stick and how much I missed the benefit it added to my life.
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