Cathedral Peak Black Hiking Staff
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    Offers an adjustable length from 40" to 57". Features include a removable handle with interchangeable knife and saw blades, watertight storage space, liquid filled compass, adjustable wrist strap, and rubber foot. The impact resistant composite grip has aluminum fittings and extruded aluminum shaft. The injection molded sheath clips on the side of hiking staff and houses knife blade.

    Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5
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    Survival Hiking Pole Reviewed by Bud on May 02, 2015   5 out of 5

    Quality construction. Strong, adjustable poles with broad rubber pads. The knife and saw blades are quality blades. They are easily swapped out. The blade not in use is carried in a nylon sheath. The compass in the handle actually works. There is even an adjustable water bottle holder. Very highly recommended.

    Useful! Reviewed by Mikhail on Feb 09, 2015   4 out of 5

    Lightweight, sturdy, adjustable, love the compass handle. Can't saw much more than a twig - won't do for branches, but for cutting rope, etc, fine. Like the hand straps and straps for a water bottle. Have used it a few times, did hold up on steep. rocky terrain.

    Hiking Staff Reviewed by David on Dec 19, 2014   5 out of 5

    Love the Survival aspect of this walking staff, the water bottle holder is real great...

    Hiking Staff Reviewed by jeff adkins on Oct 04, 2014   4 out of 5

    For the money this staff is great. Just be careful going up or down hills, because the locking mechanism will slip if to much weight is put on LT. But it's great for walking trails.

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