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|55" Douglas Fir and Walnut Laminated Discovery Hiking Staff|
Your price: $47.94
Made with northwest Douglas Fir, these staffs are carved with a twist the entire length, then finished in Natural, Black or Cherry and fitted with a leather wrist strap and rubber tip. The Laminated Version has strips of Walnut in it. From the ground up, the Discovery Series sticks have been designed for good looks, exquisite design, outdoor performance, light weight and substantial tensile strength. The result is one of the most unusual walking sticks on the market. Whistle Creek starts with select kiln-dried Douglas Fir, allow for a roomy grip, then carve a striking double-helix twist starting just below the hand-hold, tapering down to the rubber tip. Awesome! Each Discovery stick is 55" tall and available in one of three stains or laminated with American walnut. Whistle Creek polishes them off with a luscious coat of varnish, leather wrist strap and durable rubber tip. You'll be confused as to whether this belongs in your truck headed for the National Park or on display in your office. Why not both?What Size Stick is for Me? Hiking sticks should be 6" to 9" above your elbow to help you get down a hill (you need to reach). Walking sticks and canes are different. First, place your arm to your side with the elbow slightly bent. The top of the handle on the stick should be at the break in your wrist. All of Whistle Creek's sticks can be shortened by removing the rubber tip, sawing off what is not needed and then replacing the tip. Orthopedic patients should consult their physician.
|56" Cougar Staff/Camera Pod Staff with Knob Top|
Your price: $49.96
What happens when you marry authentic American Hickory with a sculptured knob depicting one of America's most treasured wildlife species? You get an heirloom class, one-of-a kind hiking stick - and it's also a camera pod!Internationally famous wildlife artist Dave Morales has created lifelike sculptures of America's favorite wildlife species, and puts the paw-print (or feather) of that animal on the backside of the knob.Dave's original sculpture is captured for you in a custom casting made from alabaster stone & resin that is as beautiful as it is durable - this is one tough knob, made to go wherever you want to take it!Camera Pod Feature - Unscrew the knob and your hiking stick becomes a Mono-Pod for your camera, binoculars or spotting scope! Some of the best wildlife and landscape photos are taken early in the day or just before sunset, when (because of the available light) slower shutter speeds create a real blur problem for cameras that are not on tripods. Unfortunately most of us don't bother to carry a heavy tripod on a hike - but many of us wouldn't go anywhere without our hiking sticks. Here's the solution. The mono-pod feature holds your camera steady for that perfect shot. Awesome! Click to enlarge.Each Wildlife Knob has the animal on one side and the paw-print of that animal on the opposite side (Eagle has eagle feathers on opposing side). Complete with long-life rubber tip, leather wrist strap, descriptive hangtag.What Size Stick is for Me? Hiking sticks should be 6" to 9" above your elbow to help you get down a hill (you need to reach). Walking sticks and canes are different. First, place your arm to your side with the elbow slightly bent. The top of the handle on the stick should be at the break in your wrist. All of Whistle Creek's sticks can be shortened by removing the rubber tip, sawing off what is not needed and then replacing the tip. Orthopedic patients should consult their physician.