Reviews

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I have used one of these for two years, now primarily…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: Approx. $70

Summary

I have used one of these for two years, now primarily during my work as a field biologist in Canada walking over muskeg and through forest with a lot of deadfall.

Pros

  • Locking mechanism
  • Camera mounting screw

Cons

  • What are the product's weaknesses?

The best features for my use are the no-slip locking mechanism and the removable top with camera mounting screw below. Highly recommended.

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I have been looking for a staff that is suitable for…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $69.95

I have been looking for a staff that is suitable for city walking, parks, forest trails and mountainous regions above the tree line. Self defense is also a major consideration. I find the Sherlite Staff to meet or exceed all of my expectations.

It weighs less than a pound, is made of high strength aluminum. Adjusts from 34.5 inches to 57.5. I can use it as a camera pod too. A hardened steel spike beneath the rubber tip serves as both a good grip against sand, gravel and snow... but also a deadly point for striking an adversary.

I am grateful I found this at such a great price. While hickory or oak canes and staffs are nice, this one is adjustable to meet all my needs. I think you will be well pleased with yours too. Ned

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Tracks Sherlite Staff

previously retailed for:
$55.96 - $69.95

The Tracks Sherlite Staff is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 30, 2015 at SunnySports.

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