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Folding Collapsible Travel Hiking Trekking Pole

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  • Compact, packable, folding, and easy to carry, adjustable
  • Makes fishing, wading, hiking and walking easy
  • Folds compactly to 12" (much like a super strong tent pole)
  • Adjustable from 48" to 53" in height
  • Color: Classic black
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Product Description

Folding Collapsible Trekking Hiking Pole. Compact. . . Collapsible . . . Easy to carry. Folds down to only 12". EarthTrek Pole stashes easily in luggage, backpacks, and carry-ons for outdoor and air travel. Includes many top benefits of standard hiking poles, including carbide steel tip with removable rubber hiking protector tip, comfort rubber handle with adjustable wrist strap. Has 5 one inch height adjustments Great for International travel. Double shock corded with smooth edges to reduce fraying. Made of lightweight aluminum alloy shaft. Quality grommet inserts in each section for additional strength. Water-resistant pvc storage bag included. Bonus snow/mud basket included. Complete folding collapsible hiking wading staff stick designed for travel by EarthTrek Gear. Standard straight removable rubber pole tip. Easy to pack with luggage or packs. Handsome, black color. Adjustable top section can be pushed down to reduce erected height to 48". However, it is best to measure for your height requirements before purchasing.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004Q2B2SC
  • Item model number: trekking1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (217 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,715 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Tuan Pham on November 16, 2011
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For hiking in the woods near home, I would prefer my Buckthorn Hiking Staff for its overall stability and strength.

But for hiking in Hawaii that requires me to fly there first, my Buckthorn stick cannot pass airport checkpoint and get into airplane.

Therefore, the next best choice would be a colappsible pole like this one because it can fit in the bottom of my carry-on luggage (it's only 12 inches long).

I rate this one the best of its kind because:

1) It's strong enough for the purpose. People up to 200 lbs should have no problem trusting it.
2) Light weight. It's not heavier than your notebook !!!
3) Adjustable height at the top so that it fits most people. I think if you are between 5.0' to 6.5' you should be able to adjust it to your comfort.
4) Good price. I meant for this design and quality, $26 is fair. In my view, a cheaper one with poor design and poor quality would be a waste of money.

I would give it 5 stars, but I gave it 4 because I have an idea on how to modify and make it better.
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These poles worked very well on a recent hiking and pyramid climbing expedition to Guatemala and Honduras. However, before we left I tested the poles and discovered they were too long for both my wife's 5'2" and my 5'7". Thus, I dis-assembled them and removed a section. They then fit perfectly, were easy to transport and were solid using.
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For years I have wanted a hiking pole to travel with. After reading the reviews I purchased poles for my husband and I for a trip to Mexico. The poles as shipped were too long for both of us but I found them useful any way and certainly very easy to travel with for day trips. Once home I was able to easily shorten the poles by removing one section which can be done with out cutting the cord. First release the handle and pull it away from the five lower sections. This will expose the top of the adjustable cord. Just insert any small tool under the stretch cord, pull it away from the small metal bar and insert a strong piece of cord. Save the little metal bar. Tie the ends of the cord together so you won't loose the stretch cord. Remove the first section and set it aside then permanently remove the next section. Feed the cord through the first section, the one with the adjustment button. Next pull the the stretch cord through this section, tie a knot in the stretch cord so that there is enough tension in the pole, replace the metal pin and then replace the handle.
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I am so glad I got this at the last minute for my Patagonia trip. While fellow travelers had to grapple with awkward poles that barely fit in suitcases, mine easily collapsed into a 12" bundle that fit in my travel purse until I needed it for a hike. It was very light weight and took up literally no space in the suitcase.
Opening was a cinch - just took it out of its plastic pouch and it sprang into its lock shape instantly. It took the brunt of steep climbs without paths and held up beautifully, staying locked even with my full weight on it during steep descents. Collapsing it was just as easy when getting back on Zodiac boats. I highly recommend this trekking pole.
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The trekking pole is the stated height, however at it's lowest point the grip is too high, I am 5'4:...which means the pole is really to long for short people.
...I have a wooden walking stick that is the same overall height but the grip is down from the top by about 8 inches.

I had to shorten the purchased item, by opening it and cutting the elastic and removing a section..it was extremely difficult to get it back together..but I did and knotted the elastic on the top.
Now on the next to lowest setting the height is ok...hopefully it does not now fall apart...

I think when you sell this item there should be a height recommendation ie not for those under 5'4"...
The item has not yet been used so not rated by stars, yet..
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I only used this Hiking Pole only once and the section joints started to become loose from the next section. If the tip of the pole went into the dirt too deep or the tip got caught between rocks. The sections would pull apart. I would not recommend this Hiking Pole for the serious Outdoors person.
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Liked the construction and portability, but the plastic that the handle is made from has an awful industrial odor, likely because of the materials it is made from in production in China. This seems to be a problem with many items coming frm China these days - had the same problem with a walking stick bought from Emergency Essentials and made of the same material. The so-called case it came in smelled even worse! Had to throw it away. Misleading to call it a case - a cheap plastic envelope is more accurate. It will probably be a couple of months before the handle on the walking stick gasses off enough for me to pack it in a backpack or suitcase- if I packed it now, it would smell up everything else around it. As far as sections coming apart, this is not a stick for serious hiking that involves climbing of any kind. On relatively flat surfaces, it's fairly sturdy. Not a bad buy for the money, with the exception of the handle smelling like an industrial weaste site. A cheap cork handle would have made this a much better product. Bought an alun=minum walking stuck from Eddie Bauer with such a handle (at Target), for only $15, but it is not collapsible.

AJM
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