Hiking Poles and Staffs

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Appalachian Chestnut
Appalachian Chestnut
Sale Price: $77.99
Appalachian Chestnut
Appalachian Chestnut Walking Stick
White Ash with Leather Loop
White Ash with Leather Loop
Sale Price: $75.99
White Ash with Leather Loop
White Ash with Leather Loop
The
The Original Bubba Hiking Staff Chrome 52 inches
Sale Price: $59.95
The Original  Bubba Hiking Staff Chrome 52 inches
The "Original" Bubba Staff is 52 inches Chrome
The
The Original Bubba Stick Chrome 39 inches
Sale Price: $51.95
The Original Bubba Stick Chrome 39 inches
The Original Bubba Stick Chrome 39 inches
Men's Genuine White Ash Crook Hanle
Men's Genuine White Ash Crook Hanle
Sale Price: $59.60
Men's Genuine White Ash Crook Hanle
Men's Genuine White Ash
Men's English Chestnut
Men's English Chestnut
Sale Price: $45.99
Men's English Chestnut
Men's English Chestnut
White Ash Opera
White Ash Opera
Sale Price: $75.99
White Ash Opera
White Ash Opera Walking Cane
White Ash without Leather Loop
White Ash without Leather Loop
Sale Price: $70.99
White Ash without Leather Loop
White Ash without Leather Loop
Knotted English Chestnut with Leather Loop -1
Knotted English Chestnut with Leather Loop
Sale Price: $67.40
Knotted English Chestnut with Leather Loop
Knotted English Chestnut
Knotted English Chestnut
Knotted English Chestnut
Sale Price: $62.99
Knotted English Chestnut
Knotted English Chestnut
Alpine Laminated Walking Stick
Alpine Laminated Walking Stick
Sale Price: $79.99
Alpine Laminated Walking Stick
Alpine Laminated Walking Stick
American Craftsman - Standard
American Craftsman Standard
Sale Price: $99.99
American Craftsman  Standard
American Craftsman Series
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 A hiking staff is a handy accessory to have with you on a long hike. It can help you to maneuver through rough terrain with ease. Many of the fancy staffs sold today come with extras to make your hiking experience even more enjoyable. A compass inlaid in the knob of the staff is one example of a nifty extra.

All hiking poles are not equal in quality and durability. Wood is one of the most durable materials when it comes to these handy accessories. It can endure through rough terrain with ease and will surely last for years. Some poles even come with a built in whistle for safety.

Hiking poles are becoming very popular these days. In fact, avid hikers swear by them. They can help you to get through rough terrain with ease. They also make uphill climbs more manageable and create safer downhill climbs. They come in several styles and the type that you use will greatly depend on the weather and overall conditions of your hike.

Hiking poles can be made of either wood or metal. Some hikers swear by the traditional wooden pole, either prepared before the hike or found during the trek. Carving, beading, and other decorations are optional but encouraged for a style that is all your own. It also helps them to be more recognizable, so that you can easily pick out your own stick.

Metal poles also have some great features. A lot of them are very high-tech. Metal poles provide great shock absorption, are lightweight and resistant to breaking. They also come in many stylish metallic colors. One of the greatest things about metal hiking poles is that many of them are collapsible. They can easily be shortened to fit in your pack, leaving your hands free to grip the rocks.

Hiking poles are a convenient tool to have with you on any trek up the mountain whether long and difficult or short and easy. They offer support and help to ease your burden along the way. Whether you choose wood or metal, you will be glad to have one with you when you're on the trail.