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Your international travel companion. The Compact Travel Staff Trekking Pole by Tracks features an upper section with push-button length adjustment , and two shock-corded lower sections for compact storage and travel. An elastic keeper strap secures the collapsed staff. The Compact Travel Staff has a contoured foam grip with Wedge Lock wrist loop, a camera mount beneath a walnut knob, and a molded flex tip with removable rubber foot and trekking basket.
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
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Rated 5 out of
I don't go anywhere without this pole!This is my second Tracks Compact Travel Staff Trekking Pole. My son Jared and I purchased one for his grandmother several years ago about 1998 when she needed a cane but refused to use anything that looked like a cane. She was very pleased with a walking stick rather than a cane and the fact that it folded was a plus. In 2003 I started using the staff daily to help with my arthritis. After hip and knee surgery I am still using the trekking pole daily. I work in an elementary school and the folding function helps me store the pole out of the way when I am not walking and the kids love to watch it magically pop into a pole with the flick of the wrist. My first pole survived several small