Greenland Sales Chinook Walkabout 3 Staff

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Greenland Sales Chinook Walkabout 3 Staff -
Versatile single staff for carrying lighter loads or walking on non-technical terrain. EVA foam covered knob unscrews to expose built in mono-pod camera mount!! 3-section, 7075 Series Anodized Aluminum shaft adjusts from 67-135cm (26.5"-53"). Twist Lock System allows the pole length to be adjusted with twist of the wrist. The carbide tips offer the most secure hold on any terrain and surface. Includes rubber tip attachment for use indoors and on pavement (rubber tips removes easily as carbide tip should be exposed for trail use). Pack Length: 26.5". Weight: 11 oz. Import.


  • EVA Foam Knob / Foam grip / Camera Mount: comfortable foam grip; EVA foam knob unscrews to expose standard 1/4-20 thread camera mount. Nylon strap with buckle strap adjustment for support.
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Carbide Tips:concave, cylindrical tips offer secure hold on all terrain and surfaces; Carbide is extremely hard and durable.
Rubber Tip Attachment:easily attaches / removes from carbide tip; meant for use indoors or on pavement only. Remove tip to expose carbide while on trails.
Spring Antishock System:internal suspension system cushions the impact of each pole plant for comfort and security especially while descending trails.
Twist Lock System:Allows easy adjustment of sections with a simple twist of the wrist.

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Greenland Sales Chinook Walkabout 3 Staff Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Awesome staff!

My son and I each used one of these for our recent trip to the Bighorn Mountains (Cloud Peak Wilderness). I wish that I would've purchased two more, so we could have each had a pair. They worked great for the intended purpose with only two issues: The baskets kept coming loose, and the shock absorb feature would turn off while I was using it. Shock Absorb turns on by twisting the shaft slightly, and I must twist my hand while I'm using the staff, because it would turn off occasionally. We lost the rubber tips in a marshy area, too. During steep descents and creek crossings we really appreciated these!
Bacon Boy at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Excellent hiking aid

I used the stick on an 18 mile hike in the Adirondacks. It was after a big storm and there was lots of trees blown down. My first time with a backpack since high school days. It was very helpful navigating the trail, hiking inclines and climbing around fallen trees and wading creeks. The stick was strong and resilient and still looks like new..

My fitness level is low and the stick was truly my right ARM and I really had a great experience. We used the camera mount and took some nice shots.
Cheryl at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Worth It!

On my last Ozark backpack, I realized that I am at an age where a pole or staff is a necessity (and I can't always find a good natural stick). I wanted a staff, but didn't want to pay alot. This fit the bill. It is easy to adjust, the grip is good even when steady and seems very durable (after a couple of backpacking trips experience). The strap was cheap and uncomfortable, so I took it off and it works better without. A great purchase!
JEMote at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Excellent Value

My Mom was instructed by her doctor to use a walker but it's just horible to use when there are no sidewalks, only a bumpy road. The vibration is so miserable that she stopped going for walks. We got her this walkabout and she loves it. She walks with such confidence and enjoys the attention she gets when using it (especially when she's wearing her sunglasses LOL, I think people think she's blind) Anyway, It turned out to be the best purchase for her, ever.
Barbara at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Invaluable in Antarctica

I had never used a hiking pole prior to my recent trip in Antartica but am very glad I obtained this pole for use during my trip. It helped me keep my balance when walking over bolders, icy ground, up steep hills and down icy slopes, and through inches of penguin manure during zodiac stops in Antartica. I would not have felt nearly as confident navigating without the pole. It was easy to carry--even when boarding the zodiac--and fit inside my suitcase for transport.
Kathy at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Sturdy! Excellent on hard urban surfaces

My first walking stick. Use it daily on my city walks (concrete, asphalt, some gravel). Adjust-ability a plus, but very "solid" once set. Foam grip adequate; I let wrist strap dangle free. I leave the "shock absorption" (spring loading) ON; not distracting, not too noisy. The "rubber" tip has been durable for past 3 months, & will certainly serve for a couple more months before needing replacement. Very serviceable stick for the price.
khc1097 at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Good Stuff

Bought 3 as gifts. Not quite good as the same one I got about 5 years ago. The old one had a thinner strap with a pad on it. But very good. The old one has been up Half Dome and on a few multi-day backpacking trips and has held up fine. On the Half Dome trip it saved me from a fall several times as my knee was giving out.
Silky at Campmor on 01/01/2012

She Likes It!

I bought this for my wife as she was using one of my old X-country ski poles which was too long for her. This is much better. After I bought this I found a walking stick at a national chain department store. This one was much lighter and much better made. I'm glad I found this one first.

Great product for the price.
J at Campmor on 09/09/2010

Served me well as a walking stick.

I am 83 and used this hiking pole on my trip to Spain. It gave me greater stability. It fit in my suitcase. Would like to know if I could carry it in my hand to go through security when only using a carry on bag.
Jo at Campmor on 10/10/2013

Sturdy staff

Use this staff to provide extra support for short hikes on level ground following recent hip replacement surgery. Excellent for that purpose.I'm putting a good deal of weight on it and it shows no evidence of weakness.Can be a little difficult to change adjustment for length,however.
Mike at Campmor on 11/11/2012

Negative Reviews:

One time use

Took on hikes in White Mountains. Worked OK, but jammed in open position and could not be collapsed. Also, the tip came off too easily and had to be replaced often. Would not recommend for even the casual enthusiast.
Kanga at Campmor on 10/10/2013

Looks nice, broke on first outing

I have contacted Chinook directly looking for a spare part. I plan to return the item to Campmor for a nice Hickory staff.
Stewfoot at Campmor on 01/01/2014


Did not work
Agility fan at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Neutral Reviews:

nice when extended

I really like the unit when extended but, hard to grip to collapse.
Jim at Campmor on 12/12/2010