Cabela's Alaskan Guide Hiking Staff

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Alaskan Guide Hiking Staff -
Built with a 7001 series aluminum shaft, our compact Alaskan Guide Staff weighs in at only 13.5 oz. with the accessories, eliminating fatigue on long treks, yet still ensuring toughness in rough country. Shaft is adjustable from 32.5" to 62" and has a built-in shock absorber. For in-the-field accuracy with your firearm, camera or spotting scope, the wooden handle knob screws off for mounting of the included V-yoke shooting rest. A compass mounted in the wooden knob keeps you oriented. There’s also an internal, waterproof compartment under the knob for matches and other survival gear. The tungsten tip is ideal for softer terrain, while a rubber cap provides a sure grip on hard surfaces. Includes wrist lanyard, shoulder strap and a snow boot. Imported.
Color: Green.
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Cabela's Alaskan Guide Hiking Staff Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good, only one complaint

The only problem that i have found with the staff is when trying to remove the waterproof tube from the pole, it likes to get stuck if over-tightened, the easy trick is to remove the plastic wrist holder bit and tighten the knob on tight to remove the assembly, but then you may need pliers to remove the tube assembly from the knob to replace the bungie styled shoulder strap. other than that one problem (not much of a problem because if i need to get into the survival kit i'm most likely not going to care about the shoulder strap anymore!) other than that i use it regularly in snow and muddy hiking trails and it works great! make sure to grab the bottom metal extendable piece and tighten the rubber tip on tight! i haven't lost it but other reviewers claim to have lost theirs before.
Fikkerbjh at Cabelas on 02/08/2014

Negative Reviews:

Not as well made as I thought it would be.

The idea of a hiking staff that can be used on dry ground, snow or ice is a great idea, but this hiking staff is not well made. The rubber tip that screws on the base of the shaft goes on crooked, therefore it's not flush with the ground. The other problem that I had was the rubber tip came loose and fell off several times. I used electrical tape to secure the tip to the shaft and that kept it from falling off.On a positive note I have used it as a gun and crossbow rest and shot a few bucks using the gun rest that screws on the top of the hiking shaft.
Bearless at Cabelas on 01/31/2014

Poor Hiking Staff

The staff looks good and unfortunately that is about its only redeeming quality. I bought two several years ago and both were useless after the first year or so. The locking mechanism and spring failed in both and the knob no longer stays attached on either staff. Although we used both sticks frequently, they were not used that hard and should have lasted much longer.
denovo at Cabelas on 01/19/2014

Broken on arrival

Ordered two Cabela's Alaskan Hiking staffs on the internet. One item was in good condition. The other had a defective compass. Cost and hassle of returning was not cost effective. Wlould only buy in store.
mhs1958 at Cabelas on 01/03/2014