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FOLSTAF Walking Staff Features

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Rugged Folstaf walking staff provides unmatched support for climbing or descending steep paths and negotiating tricky terrain.

  • ¾” aircraft grade aluminum tubing
  • Opens instantly with one hand
  • Swage & flare joints for extreme stability
  • Cannot collapse
  • Heavy duty double shock cord
  • Non-slip foam grip
  • Camera mount
  • Nylon wrist strap
  • Hook & loop closure strap
  • Carbide safety tip bites rock
  • Rubber tip attaches for indoor use
  • Comes in 41”, 50” and 59” lengths
  • Lightweight, under 16 oz
  • Folds to 10”
  • Made in NY, USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Belt holster sold separately
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Rubber Cap for Carbide Tip Included
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Camera Mount included
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Camera Mount Cover removes to attach your camera
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Belt Holster
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Attach Folstaf walking staff to You

There are many ways to tie your Folstaf walking staff to you. Here are some…

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You can wrap Folstaf’s hook-and-loop strap around your pack strap.

You can wrap Folstaf’s hook-and-loop strap around your belt.

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You can carry your Folstaf in your purse.

You can choose to use a belt-holster (sold separately).

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How to Fold Folstaf

Grasp sections on either side of a joint. Twist and pull sections apart.

lUBRICATE JOINTS

Folstaf joints are lubricated with paraffin wax in our factory, but you will need to occasionally re-lube. Our 50 years of experience has taught us the very best lubricant is paraffin! When the piece of paraffin that came with your Folstaf runs out, any paraffin will do. We recommend keeping a piece of candle in your purse or pack.

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UN-JAM JOINTS

Folstaf’s closely-mating swage-and-flare joints (which make Folstaf so dependably strong) can sometimes--due to expansion and contraction, coupled with hard bearing-down—become deeply embedded and hard to get apart. NO TOOLS ARE NEEDED! The trick is to get a vibration into the joint. Here are three ways do this, each of which we know from experience work! (After you get your stuck joint apart, remember to lubricate the male side with paraffin wax.)

Give a sharp ‘karate chop’ just above or below the stuck joint. Then twist-and-pull sections apart. Then lube the male side of the joints with paraffin wax.

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If more vibration is needed than a ‘karate chop’ provides, firmly whack the tip of your staff on the ground. (The vibration will rise up the shaft.) Then twist-and-pull sections apart. Then lube the male side of the joints with paraffin wax.

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