Walking Staffs at Backcountry Edge

Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo  Walking Staff

Weighing just 9 ounces and collapsing to a mere 23 inches in length, the Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Solo is an ultra-lightweight staff. The versatile staff can even double as a tent pole for a lightweight tarp.

Black Diamond
Alpine Carbon Solo

  • 8.9 oz
  • Ultra-lightweight,collapsible staff
  • Reg. Price: $89.94
    $53.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Kelty Range 1.0 Walking Staff

An affordable, reliable option for hiking or backpacking, the Kelty Range 1.0 anti-shock trekking pole enhances balance and stability. Telescoping adjustability lets you set the poles at the best height for your comfort.

Kelty
Range 1.0

  • 10 oz
  • Cork-gripped single staff
  • Reg. Price: $29.95
    $23.95
LEKI Photo Aluminum Speedlock (Closeout) Walking Staff

For simple hikes and around-town touring, the 3-section LEKI Photo Aluminum SpeedLock trekking pole offers reliable performance and a built-in camera mount feature.

LEKI
Photo Aluminum Speedlock (Closeout)

  • 11.3 oz
  • Reg. Price: $129.95
    $89.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Kelty Upslope 1.0 Walking Staff

By enhancing stability and reducing fatigue, the Kelty Upslope 1.0 trekking pole helps you better enjoy your time on the trail. Telescoping adjustability lets you set the pole at the best height for your comfort.

Kelty
Upslope 1.0

  • 9.5 oz
  • Single staff
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  • Reg. Price: $19.95
    $17.95
  • Out of stock.
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