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Mountainsmith Monotrek Trekking Pole - Anti-Shock

Closeouts. Mountainsmith's Monotrek trekking pole pulls double duty on your hike by lending shock-absorbing support on rough trails and acting as a camera mount; just screw off the top grip to reveal a threaded bolt with locking ring.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by kate from Oregon on Thursday, July 12, 2018
    My old hiking pole finally bit the dust after many years of loyal was also from STP....I ordered this guy as the price was good and it is a good company! I love is lightweight, easy to use, easy to lenghten and shorten and fits my hand well. I find these so handy when on mountain trails. i recommend this pole and STP as well! great service!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Loving Flatlander from Nebraska on Wednesday, June 27, 2018
    Bought two of these to help with hiking on a bum knee. Pole height is easy to adjust, especially on the fly. Straps are large enough that your hand is not stuck. Anti-shock is very nice, especially when navigating downhill. Hand grip is comfortable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Allison from Michigna on Thursday, January 26, 2017
    We haven't used this yet, but it looks good. I was a little disappointed it wasn't a pair, but that was my mistake when reading the description. Quality and price were good enough to keep a single pole.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jimmy from Atlanta on Wednesday, January 18, 2017
    My wife has been using this type of pole for years and I expect to get lots of wear as well. Comfortable handle and the top comes off if you want to mount a camera. With most poles there is a tradeoff between price, sturdiness, and weight. I've come to believe that weight is the least important item. My expensive lightweight poles broke both at the handle and joint.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by gjust from Davenport, IA on Tuesday, January 17, 2017
    This trekking pole doubles as a camera monopole with its camera mount hidden under the top grip. The pole is shock absorbing; however it is very sturdy when the pole sections are tightened. The pole is tall enough to bring the camera to eye level when shooting. There is a spike inside the bottom rubber foot for trekking on rough terrain.
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